Light Parcours, Networked Scenarios, Urban Picnic | Stadtpicknick, Workshops
@Public Art Lab and the neighbourhood of Brunnenstr. 64-72 in 13355 Berlin
11 – 14 September 2014
Curated and produced by Susa Pop, Public Art Lab and the Connecting Cities Network in cooperation with Ela Kagel, SUPERMARKT Berlin
Urban Reflections is presented in the framework of the Participatory City 2014 of the Connecting Cities programme and locally embedded in the Kulturfestival Wedding & Moabit. The focus is on the participation of citizens and pedestrians in artistic scenarios, which is unforced in a diverse programme with panel discussions, talks, workshop, Light parcours and an Urban Picnic.
Light Parcours 11- 14 September, 19.30-00.00
With Urban Reflections Public Art Lab transforms the windows in Brunnenstraße into interactive light and projection windows.
The windows of the neighbourhood of the Brunnenstr. 64-72 are transformed into meida windows and become a place for intercultural hybrid encounters and community building, where site-specific interactive art works invite the pedestrians to participate and co-create.
The Connecting Cities commissions Occupy the Screen, Smart Citizen Sentiment Dashboard, Urban Alphabets, Human Beeing are shown, as well as works from Lichtpiraten, a cooperation project of Public Art Lab and Quartiersmanagement Brunnenstraße, the students of Leuphana University Lüneburg and the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar and a video programme by Screen City and Videospread.
Urban Picnic, 12 September, 20.00 @Public Art Lab and the SUPERMARKT invite the local residents to join the open air urban picnic/Stadtpicknick in Brunnenstraße. A long table and chairs are set up and everyone is invited to bring their favorite dishes.
Symposium Together with our local partner SUPERMARKT, Public Art Lab organizes the Connecting Cities: Urban Reflections Symposium. In several talks, keynotes and panel discussions the speakers discussed how artistic scenarios in the urban space can lead to sustainable community building.
11 September, 19.00-21.00
Panel – Ideen für das Brunnenviertel: Mitmachen, verändern, gemeinsam gestalten! Moderation: Ela Kagel (SUPERMARKT) Speakers: René Scharf (Lastenrad- Werkstatt, Mauergarten)// Andreas Arnold (LeihBar) // Karsten Harazim (solidarische Imkerei im Mauergarten) // Uli Schmidt (IT-Café) // Dr. Bastian Lange (Multiplici- ties) // Franziska Loh (Designer) 12 September, 15.00-15.30 Panel 1 – Mobile Makers Labs for Participatory Processes
Keynote: Prof. Mark Shepard
Moderation: Ela Kagel (SUPERMARKT) Speakers: Prof. Mark Shepard (Bauhaus University Weimar) // Christin Prätor and Yael Sherill (b-tours) // Suse Miessner (CCN artist) // Torsten Fischer (Quarterland) 12 September, 17.45-19.30
Panel 2 – Real-time Windows as Interaction Platforms
Moderation: Susa Pop (Public Art Lab) Keynote: Paul Sermon (CCN artist) Speakers: Nicole Srock-Stanley (dan pearlman) // Dr. Alexander Wiethoff (Ludwig- Maximilian-University Munich) // Paul Sermon (CCN artist) // Daniel Irrgang (University of the Arts / Vilém Flusser Archive) 13 September, 17.45-19.30
Panel 3 – Urban Screens as Community Platforms
Moderation: Susa Pop (Public Art Lab)
Keynote: Moritz Behrens (CCN artist) Speakers: Robert Kleinfeld (Fraunhofer Institute) // Eva Hornecker (Bauhaus University Weimar) // Christian Rauch (State Festival) // Robert Sakrowski (transmediale)
Workshops: In several workshops the artists analyse how the inhabitants can be included in participatory processes through media art.
11 September, 14.00-17.00 12 & 13 September, 10.00-12.00
Suse Miessner: How can we collectively create a city-alphabet in an urban walk and how can the typographic identity of the neighbourhood be captured by the app?
12 September, 10.00-12.00 Paul Sermon & Charlotte Gould: What are possible telepresent scenarios and strategies for connecting citizens?
13 September, 12.00-14.00 Moritz Behrens & Nina Valkanova:
How do people perceive their neighbourhood? How can participation in urban space be fostered by means of interactive technologies?
13 September, 14.00-17.00 Alexander Wiethoff & Marius Hoggenmüller:
Prototyping interactivity with mediafacades
Funded by Culture Program 2007-13 of the European Union