Systems/Layers CPH: a walkshop on networked urbanism

Next week [edit: that was Thursday 17th] I’ll be running a Systems/Layers walkshop here in Copenhagen. For more details, and to register, go here.

The short blurb:

Systems/Layers: CPH is a walkshop held in two parts, exploring networked urbanism. It will happen next week, on Thursday evening, rain or shine. You are cordially invited to join us. The first section will be dedicated to a slow and considered walk through a reasonably dense and built-up section of the city, looking for evidence of the networked digital in the physical urban environment, and vice versa. After about 90 minutes of walking, we will gather at a convenient “command post” with food and/or drink to map, review and discuss the things we’ve encountered.

I initially emailed Adam Greenfield a couple of weeks ago, asking if he was likely to be able to run one in Copenhagen any time soon. To my great surprise, he replied suggesting I run on, instead. So, erm, here we are. So it’s very much inspired by the walkshop he and Nurri Kim (as Do Projects) developed and ran in Wellington, Oulu (Finland), and Barcelona, and they’ve been great in supporting us in making this happen.

I’ll be co-running it together with Ulrik Hogrebe, a native of the city, next Thursday evening, and we’re really looking forward to it. On the one hand it should be fun, but I’m also hoping to get lots out of it for my thesis, which basically builds on this.

More details, registering, etc, see:

…and maybe, see you there.

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