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Engaged Urbanism showcases the exciting ways in which urbanists are responding to this question and working towards fairer cities. Its authors offer succinct, candid and carefully illustrated commentaries on the trials and successes of risk-taking research, revealing how they collaborate across fields of expertise, inventing or adapting methods to suit bespoke situations. Featuring novel uses and combinations of practice-from activism, architectural design and undercover journalism, to film, sculpture, performance and photography- in a diversity of cities such as Beirut, Johannesburg, Kisumu,…mehr

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Engaged Urbanism showcases the exciting ways in which urbanists are responding to this question and working towards fairer cities. Its authors offer succinct, candid and carefully illustrated commentaries on the trials and successes of risk-taking research, revealing how they collaborate across fields of expertise, inventing or adapting methods to suit bespoke situations. Featuring novel uses and combinations of practice-from activism, architectural design and undercover journalism, to film, sculpture, performance and photography- in a diversity of cities such as Beirut, Johannesburg, Kisumu, London and Rio de Janeiro, Engaged Urbanism demonstrates how some of the greatest challenges for present and future populations are being rigorously and creatively addressed.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Bloomsbury UK
  • Seitenzahl: 304
  • Erscheinungstermin: 25. November 2016
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781786721662
  • Artikelnr.: 55412921
Autorenporträt
Ben Campkin is Senior Lecturer in Architectural History and Theory at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, and Director of UCL s Urban Laboratory. He is the author of Remaking London: Decline and Regeneration in Urban Culture (2015), which received the 2015 Jane Jacobs Urban Communication Foundation Book Award. Ger Duijzings is Professor in Social Anthropology at the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies, Universitat Regensburg and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Mu nchen, Germany. He was until 2014 Co-Director of the UCL Urban Laboratory. His most recent book is Global Villages: Rural and Urban Transformations in Contemporary Bulgaria (2013)."
Inhaltsangabe
Contents Preface Introduction Ben Campkin & Ger Duijzings I: FRAMES 1 Cities Methodologies matter: comparative urbanism and global urban theory Jennifer Robinson 2 Methods, metaphors and the interdisciplinary terrain of urban research Matthew Gandy II: SITE-SPECIFIC COLLABORATIONS 3 Site-writing Jane Rendell with Adriana Keramida, Povilas Marozas, Mrinal Rammohan 4 Towards an architecture of engagement: researching contested urbanism and informalities Camillo Boano, Caroline Newton and Giorgio Talocci 5 ' Worlding' the studio: methodological experiments and the art of being social Suzanne Hall and Juliet Davis III: PERFORMANCE AND PARTICIPATION 6 From 'heroin' to heroines David Roberts with Anne Louise Buckley, Briony Campbell, Chantel Forrester, Elam Forrester, Jahcheyse Forrester, Lorna Forrester, Rosie Fowler, Taina Galis, Steve Hart, Therese Henningsen, Lasse Johansson, Gillian McIver-Tanbouli, Lewis Osbourne, Eric Phillip, Adam Rosenthal, Georgia Sangster, Ruth-Marie Tunkara, Smart Urhiofe, Julie Vandemark, Julia Vandemark, Cathy Ward and Andrea Luka Zimmerman 7 Four palimpsests on the erasure of the Heygate Estate Felipe Lanuza Rilling 8 Hacking London's demolition decisions: a new collaboration to scrutinise the technical justifications for retrofit, refurbishment and demolition Kate Crawford with Sarah Bell, Felicity Davies, Charlotte Johnson, Sunyoung Joo, Sharon Hayward and Richard Lee 9 Authoring the neighbourhood in Wikipedia Rebecca Ross and Chi Nguyen 10 ' The secret security guard': being a G4S employee during the London Olympic Games Henrietta Williams 11 Hide and seek: the dubious nature of plant life in high-security spaces Max Colson IV: SITUATING IMAGES AND IMAGINARIES 12 The ups and downs of visualising contemporary Mumbai Andrew Harris 13 Creating systematic records through time: the destruction and reconstruction of heritage areas affected by earthquakes in Chile Bernadette Devilat 14 Paint. Buff. Shoot. Repeat: rephotographing graffiti in London Sabina Andron 15 Critical urban learning through participatory photography Alexandre Apsan Frediani and Laura Hirst 16 Assisted Self-Portraits and GUESTures: excerpts from a discussion on photography and participation Margareta Kern and Anthony Luvera 17 Picturing place: the agency of images in urban change Ben Campkin, Rebecca Ross and Mariana Mogilevich 18 'S eeing is believing': the social life of urban decay and rebirth Wes Aelbrecht 19 ' We thought we were making the car but it was the other way around': historical pathways and the ecology of the street network in industrial and post-industrial Detroit Sophia Psarra V: EMBODIED CARTOGRAPHIES 20 Lebensraum/Living Space Ger Duijzings and Rastko Novakovi? 21 Abdication and arrival: using an open-ended, collaborator-led ethnography to explore constructions of newly encountered cities Andrew Stevenson 22 Learning to walk: on curating a walking methodologies programme ThienVinh Nguyen 23 I hear sounds inside my head Joanna Rajkowska 24 Charting smellscapes M?d?lina Diaconu 25 Contra Band Leah Lovett VI: FABRIC AND FABRICATION 26 The Twin Sisters Are 'About to' Swap Houses: displacement and the bordering practice of matching Mohamad Hafeda 27 City shapes and urban metaphor John Aiken 28 (In)visible bodies: migrants in the city of gold Johan Thom 29 Negotiating space: the artist working as a creator and enabler of spaces for working, thinking and meeting Kieren Reed 30 Twenty-five demolished houses Mircea Nicolae 31 The bridge of sighs Henrietta Simson and Jo Volley 32 Material, Stories Hilary Powell 33 Building on fire: towards a new approach to urban memory Stamatis Zografos Notes on contributors Index