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id ascaad2016_051
authors Papadimitriou, Aikaterini
year 2016
title Self-Healing” Processes for the Cityscape - Computationally driven collective initiatives
source Parametricism Vs. Materialism: Evolution of Digital Technologies for Development [8th ASCAAD Conference Proceedings ISBN 978-0-9955691-0-2] London (United Kingdom) 7-8 November 2016, pp. 505-512
summary The subject of this paper describes a proposal on processes and strategies that a community should inherit towards a collective effort for the improvement of public space, in order to evaluate, preserve or cancel actions towards this scope of their personal, and extended, scenery. This project, within the spectrum of what an era, underlined by (financial) crisis, represents, is an experiment on the active cooperation of the citizens for their own benefit. That affects, amongst others, the social and public management of space, by creating and activating a community’s feeling of “ownership and responsibility” within its neighborhood. It is expected to achieve an intense caring environment both for the public space, and the extended private scenery. Identifying the tools for actions as such, there comes the necessity for them to be able to make the interested parties feel comfortable with the main artifact and challenge them for collaboration. The digital era, the social media power, as well as the need of the individuals towards networking and belonging, shall perform the main attraction to the subject, leading to the creation of a digital tool linking the people actively to the changes they want to see. This paper debates on the development of an application that enables citizens to take part on the well-being of the(ir) public space.
series ASCAAD
email aikapapad@gmail.com
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