Cure(eos)city: exploring the potential of public space through seasonal effective design - Renée Miles Rooijmans

1 Dez 2017 - 28 Feb 2018

Renée Miles Rooijmans ( Netherlands )

Cure(eos)city is an international project that was launched in Vancouver this fall. It aims to emphasize the opportunities public space has to offer in terms of social connection, wellbeing and resiliency. It approaches the city as an ecosystem of its own kind. If you are able to see it, urban public spaces have the potential to become places where we can ‘hunt and gather’ again, for example through urban foraging. It is also our common playground and a place for storytelling and shared experiences. Cure(eos)city explores this way of looking at urban life guided by the changes of the seasons, which bring in elements of change, movement and time. During her residency at ZK/U Renée will focus her fieldwork on the exploration the seasonal urban life in Berlin and map the potential of several public spaces through seasonal effective design.  

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