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Published on Dec 21, 2018
The public seminar COMPLEXITY OF RHYTHMS brings together different perspectives to deliver a response to the Inaugural Lecture of Prof. Dr. Caroline Nevejan titled: "Urban Reflection: On the Design of Diverse Engagement in the Networking City of Amsterdam". Cities are becoming complex systems in which design is playing new important roles. Trade-offs for Trust and truth are shifting because we are bearing witness to each other in new ways, due to the different technologies that format our presence. Rhythm appears to be fundamental in enhancing trust between residents in city neighbourhoods and is core to our sensorial perception and to our ability to communicate; unfortunately, technology design does not take this into account.
Together with artists, designers, researchers, civil servants and participants from various other backgrounds, we focus on an understanding of, and a design of, urban experience as a shared reflection on the many sensations and emotions a city offers.
INVITED EXPERTS Dr. Satinder Gill – Cambridge University Erica Overmeer – artist, Berlin Danielle Cliche – UNESCO Auriea Harvey – Tale of Tales Irina Shapiro – Open Set Dr. Scott Cunningham – TU Delft Dr. Paola Crespi – Goldsmiths University Prof. dr. Jerzy Gawronski (Archeology) Prof. dr. Gerard de Zeeuw (Complex Systems) Prof. dr. Sally Wyatt (STS)
SPONSORS AND PARTNERS OF THE OPEN SET 2018 The programme is made possible by the support of the City of Amsterdam Zuidoost, Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst, Het Pauwhof Fonds, CBK Zuidoost, the visit of international experts was made possible by Het Nieuwe Instituut with support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The event has been organized in collaboration with the research group Designing Rhythm for Social Resilience (2018–2022).