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SVS/Unschooling Controversy - YouTube
"This is a commentary on the currently controversial article by Daniel Greenberg . The article is not summarised during the commentary so it will be necessary to read it before listening. Further discussion is available to join on the forums at

"Differences Between Self-Directed and Progressive Education" can be read here . This commentary is offered by Jeanna L Clements in her private capacity and does not represent any other individual or collective. Please feel free to share. Thank you."
education  schools  schooling  sudburyschools  self-directed  self-directedlearning  progessive  petergray  je'annaclements  howwelearn  howweteach  teaching  learning  unschooling  homeschool  deschooling  montessori  northstar  agillearningcenters  agilelearning  tcsnmy  lcproject  openstudioproject  sfsh  jeannaclements  individualism  collective  collectivism  parenting  danielgreenberg  children  2018  johnholt  patfarenga  sudburyvalleyschool  agilelearningcenters 
january 2019 by robertogreco
Bauhaus bus embarks on world tour to explore the school's global legacy
"A bus that looks like the Bauhaus school in Dessau will travel around the world this year, aiming to "unlearn" the influential school's Eurocentric attitudes.

Called Wohnmaschine, which means "living house", the small-scale Bauhaus bus will travel between four cities in 2019, the school's centenary year.

Designed by Berlin-based architect Van Bo Le-Mentzel, the 15-square-metre mobile building is created in the image of the iconic workshop wing of the Bauhaus school building in Dessau – a building conceived by founding director Walter Gropius and built in 1919, to embody the school's core principles and values.

It features the same gridded glass walls that wrap around the building, as well as the famous lettering down one side.

Inside is an apartment-like space, containing an area to host exhibitions and workshops, plus a reading room filled with books charting the Bauhaus' history and legacy.

The project, called Spinning Triangles, begins in Dessau. From there the bus will travel to Berlin, where the Bauhaus-Archiv is located, before travelling overseas to Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Hong Kong.

Over the 10-month tour, design collective Savvy Contemporary will host a series of symposiums and workshops that attempt to challenge and "unlearn" colonial attitudes towards modernity, to develop a more global interpretation of the school's teachings.

"This school will not be developed by the geopolitical west, but through the accelerated movement between deeply interwoven places," said Savvy Contemporary.

"Design has power. It creates our environments, our interactions, our being in the world," added the organisation. "For too long, practices and narratives from the global south have been kept at the periphery of the design discourse, been ignored altogether, or appropriated."

Open to the public, the installation is beginning with four workshops in Dessau between 4 and 22 January, exploring the relationship between colonialism and modernity.

"We will face the relations of coloniality and design as well as its various visibilities and invisibilities," explained Savvy Contemporary.

The Wohnmaschine will travel to Berlin between 24 and 27 January to coincide with the opening festival 100 Years Bauhaus, before making its way to Kinshasa for workshops between 4 and 12 April.

Here, hired actors will play out the roles of various colonies, to discuss how everyday environments can be used to create a "collective future". The intention is to develop an inclusive modernist manifesto, devoid of Eurocentric views.

Five representatives from the workshops in Kinshasa will travel back to Berlin to share their research with 40 students at Savvy Contemporary's headquarters between 22 July and 18 August. The aim is to show that "it may not be the south that needs development but the north".

"Words and actions aim to challenge and transform Bauhaus traditions and narratives of modernity and modernism," said the organisers.

Finally, the school will move to Hong Kong's Para Site art space, where it will discuss its research further.

The Bauhaus school in Dessau was only in operation from 1919 until 1923, when it was forced to close by the rising Nazi Party. It later moved to Berlin under the steer of third and final director Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, where it occupied a converted factory building.

Today the school operates as a centre for design, research and education, and part of it functions as a hotel. A museum is set open on the campus this year, as the building becomes the centre for the 100 Years Bauhaus festival.

The Bauhaus is the most influential art and design school in history. To mark the centenary of the school's founding, we've created a series of articles exploring the school's key figures and projects."
bauhaus  unlearning  mobile  mobility  nomads  nomadism  learning  education  buses  2019  art  design  vanbole-mentzel  wohnmaschine  berlin  kinshasa  drc  democraticrepublicofthecongo  collective  collectivism  schools  research  architecture  miesvanderrohe 
january 2019 by robertogreco
Making Futures
"Making Futures Bauhaus+ is an action research project that addresses questions of architecture as a collective form and architecture as a resource. Departing from these two perspectives, it operates as an experimental research unit that advances future paths for architectural practice and education. It was initiated in 2018 as a cooperation between raumlabor and the Berlin University of the Arts on the occasion of the Bauhaus’ centenary.

Architecture as a collective form brings together the cultural, the social, the economic and the political. It traverses diverse entities and scales: objects, bodies, buildings, cities; the human and the planetary. It invites us to reflect our built environment beyond obsolete dichotomies such as public and private, living and working, urban and rural.

Primarily driven by fast-paced growth and innovation imperatives, the construction industry is the largest waste producer. There is an unbalance between the energy it consumes and its capacity to repurpose it. Exploring architecture as a resource involves looking at longer-lasting dynamics, such as recuperation and maintenance in the production and reproduction of space.

Leading up to a Summer Academy in September 2019, Making Futures Bauhaus+ devises a public learning program that continuously explores future modes of architectural and urban practice. Spanning over a year and a half, a Plug-In at Floating University Berlin (April-September 2018) and three mobile workshops in Istanbul (September 2018), Palermo (October 2018) and Thüringen (March 2019) constitute the project as an open, reflexive and practice driven format. The Summer Academy in Berlin will explore forms of productive cooperation, exchange, solidarity and living.

Making Futures works towards building up alliances and making transversal connections with people across, disciplines, institutions and territories that transcend the boundaries of the academic world and go beyond the borders of Europe. This is unpinned by the belief that social change cannot be limited to a dispersed few but must instead manifest as part of a wider, synergized system. Making Futures is definitely a pluralistic endeavour, there is not one future, but many.

Markus Bader, Artistic Director
Christof Mayer, Artistic Director
Rosario Talevi, Associate Researcher and Project Coordinator
Anna Kokalanova, Associate Researcher
Jöran Mandik, Programme Assistant
Sophia Sundqvist, Programme Assistant
Sabine Hanel, Administration

Fachgebiet Entwerfen und Gebäudeplanung
studio raumproduktion
institut für architektur und städtebau
universität der künste

hardenbergstr 33, 10623 berlin, deutschland
030/ 31852297

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architecture  design  lcproject  openstudioproject  markusbader  christofmayer  rosariotalevi  annakokalanova  jöranmandik  sophiasundqvist  sabinehanel  künste  berlin  makingfutures  bauhaus  collective  education  urban  rural 
december 2018 by robertogreco
grow your own worlds [FoAM]
"FoAM is a network of transdisciplinary labs for speculative culture. It is inhabited by people with diverse skills and interests – from arts, science, technology, entrepreneurship, cooking, design and gardening. It is a generalists’ community of practice working at the interstices of contrasting disciplines and worldviews. Guided by our motto “grow your own worlds,” we study and prototype possible futures, while remaining firmly rooted in cultural traditions. We speculate about the future by modelling it in artistic experiments that allow alternative perspectives to emerge. By conducting these experiments in the public sphere, we invite conversations and participation of people from diverse walks of life.

“Maybe there’s something beckoning over the horizon that’s not design and not futurism but just something we might call speculative culture. I think what you’re seeing right here is a mash-up: there are people from very different lines of work put in a temporary situation…”
– Bruce Sterling

Amidst rampant consumerism, xenophobia and climate chaos, FoAM is a haven for people who are unafraid to ask the question: “What If?” and "How could it be otherwise?" Instead of dismissing possible futures because of their improbability, we speculate: What if we see plants as organisational principles for human society? What if lack of fossil fuels turns jet-setting artists into slow cultural pilgrims? What if market capitalism collapsed? By rehearsing for a range of different scenarios, we can cultivate behaviours that make us more resilient to whatever the future holds. This is why we encourage FoAM‘s activities to explore the breadth of themes and methods – from robotics to permaculture, tinkering to meditation. Layered as long-term initiatives and short term projects, FoAM‘s activities uphold the values of complexity and whole systems thinking, pollinated by the transdisciplinarity of our teams.

FoAM - a collective, an organisation, a network, or all of the above?

As with foam (the mass of bubbles), FoAM (the group) is a dynamic entity that can change shape and scale as required. We can be a transdisciplinary organisation in the morning, a tightly knit family at lunchtime, a learning facility in the afternoon, a loose bunch of philosophers in the evening and a dedicated designers’ collective by night. Most of FoAM's activities occur in our studios – hybrids between laboratories, ateliers and living rooms. FoAM studios are designed to encourage reciprocal exchanges of ideas, techniques and experiences. We are organised as a distributed network concentrated in Europe and (Austral)asia, with bases and nodes (people, projects and organisations) spread across the globe. This distributed structure allows our bases to remain small and flexible; they can incubate and spawn experimental initiatives while the network can develop activities on larger scales. We collaborate with people (individuals and organisations) from many different sectors: arts and culture, science and technology, academia, policy, business, and civil society.

FoAM’s activities

Our activities evolve in a layered structure: as long-term initiatives and short-term experiments. This structure allows us both to focus on “burning issues” as they arise, and engage in projects concerned with slower, long-term tendencies. Our activities can be loosely categorised as [1] exploring and creating, [2] learning and developing [3] communicating and archiving. In diversified teams of generalists and specialists, we create experimental situations, generative media, culinary performances and other forms of participatory culture. To support the personal and professional development of our ever-expanding community, FoAM hosts workshops, lectures, gatherings, residencies and coaching sessions. We communicate our theories and practice in diverse publications, and archive books, media and materials in an eclectic library in our Brussels studio and online."
architecture  art  collaboration  culture  design  foam  collective  transdisciplinary  interdisciplinary  crossdisciplinary  multidisciplinary  science  futurism 
july 2014 by robertogreco
Floor Nijdeken / Crossover Collective
"Floor finished his bachelor of build environment in 2005 and worked as a spatial planner at one of Hollands ten biggest architecture agencies. In 2009 he started his second bachelor degree: Product Design at ArtEZ institute of Arts, Arnhem. From July to December 2012, he was an intern at the Bas Kosters Studio in Amsterdam.

'My design projects intend to redress social relationships. My main focus lies in activating and mobilising people. I design the conditions in which social structures can grow and bloom, and the initiative of users is stimulated. People working and living together can develop undesirable habits and routines resulting in indifference, anger, resentment and aversion. With myself as an intermediary and my projects as a medium, I let participants find out that working together can stimulate or create mutual trust, understanding and positive energy, things that are vital to the wellbeing of families, organisations and businesses.'"
art  collective  sewing  textiles  social  glvo  trust  understanding  relationships  via:lizettegreco 
november 2013 by robertogreco
Yeller Studio: A San Diego Art Collective
"Established in 2008, Yeller is a group of like-minded individuals dedicated to the creation of accessible art and the promotion of local San Diego artists. Yeller regularly curates exhibitions featuring work from a consistently evolving roster of artists. The group presents community-centric events, such as zine swaps and pop-up swaps, to inspire and unite the local artist population."
sandiego  art  artists  collective  danedanner  tylercristobal  clarkeforrest  michaeltussey  christinatussey  sayamonriddang  lindsayprestonzappas  christinaliu  vinniebornen  johnzanezappas  stephwalker  design 
september 2013 by robertogreco
Wed 8.14.13 | Memory and the Radical Imagination | Against the Grain: A Program about Politics, Society and Ideas
"Global capitalism, far from being only an economic phenomenon, affects and influences how we think, including what and how we think about the past. Max Haiven reveals how neoliberal-era initiatives frame human cooperation and collective action; he also emphasizes the importance of what he calls "commoning memory.""
capitalism  memory  economics  maxhaiven  neoliberalism  cooperation  collective  collectiveaction  collectivism  commoningmemory  2013  history  radicalimagination  radicalism  well-being  labor  work  commodification  colonization  conviviality  biopoliticalproduction  via:caseygollan  walterbenjamin  communism  politics  utopia  possibility  past  present  future  humans  human  optimism  society  imagination  complexity  unfinished  pessimism  fascism  courage  1968  patriarchy  socialmovements  revolution  change  activism  utopiandream  struggle 
august 2013 by robertogreco
Public Assembly
"Public Assembly is a nomadic platform for collective works of art. Founded by Lawrence Lek in 2011, we champion the creation of events, experiments and environments driven by interdisciplinary participation. This approach enables us to challenge existing power structures in contemporary culture, creating social situations where critical forms of knowledge and creative practice can emerge."
art  nomads  nomadism  collective  lawrencelek  events  interdisciplinary  participation  participatory  ncmideas  openstudioproject  pop-ups  culture  society  creativepractice  london 
july 2013 by robertogreco
WSC [The Welsh Space Campaign]
"The Welsh Space Campaign launches ordinary Welsh people into outer space, by finding cosmic context for Welsh culture, skills and traditions.

A plumber has built a pressure system for the spacesuit, a traditional clog maker had made space clogs, and the last remaining wool mills in Wales have provided material for the space suit.

I aim to reveal that Wales has the capacity to explore space, and to show that off-world culturalisation can be achieved through a collective communitarian effort; aa a way to allow people involved to reconsider their role and skill in relation to these cosmic contexts."

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space  spacesuits  wales  welsh  helfinjones  craft  wool  collective  community  wmmna 
june 2013 by robertogreco
Broken City Lab
"Broken City Lab is an artist-led interdisciplinary creative research collective and non-profit organization working to explore and unfold curiosities around locality, infrastructures, and creative practice leading towards civic change."

Our projects, events, workshops, installations, and interventions offer an injection of disruptive creativity into a situation, surface, place, or community. These projects aim to connect various disciplines through research and social practice, generating works and interventionist tactics that adjust, critique, annotate, and re-imagine the cities that we encounter.

Much of our activity has been focused on Windsor, Ontario, a once-collapsing, now gradually stabilizing post-industrial city at the edge of Canada. We believe that Windsor provides an exemplary vantage point from which to consider the role of artists in challenged communities, but we have also worked on various interventions, installations, and other creative endeavours in cities across Canada. Our work has been created across media – from temporary interventions to large-scale community events and from gallery exhibitions to various workshops and publications – but we also often take on the role of organizing and facilitating the activity of other artists and creative practitioners through residencies, conferences, and writing projects. We aim to creatively respond to the issues we directly experience in a community, while also negotiating the ways in which other community members experience the same issues, differently."
canada  activism  art  design  locality  windsor  ontario  lcproject  openstudioproject  collective  interdisciplinary  brokencitylab  interventions  post-industrial  urban  urbanism  situation 
march 2013 by robertogreco
"Planetary Collective is a group of filmmakers, visual media creatives and thinkers who work with cosmologists, ecologists, and philosophers to explore some of the big questions facing our planet at this time.

Embracing a multidisciplinary, multi-media approach, we brings scientists, philosophers, and researchers together with designers, coders, and creatives to bring new perspectives to audiences around the world in fresh and innovative ways."

"Planetary was founded in 2011 as a direct answer to the big questions our civilization and species are currently facing. We believe that the root of the environmental and social crises facing humanity is the misperception that we are separate – from each other, the planet, and the cosmos as a whole.

As young people today, we seek to reclaim our voices in the face of these misperceptions, which cloud the communication surrounding issues such as the ecological crisis, the economic crisis, and our collective crisis of identity.

Our aim is to captivate and inspire people to LOOK DEEPER, and question the way we see ourselves, the world around us, and our relationship to the wider cosmos.

Embracing a multidisciplinary, multi-media approach, we bring scientists, philosophers and researchers together with designers, coders, and creatives to bring new perspectives to audiences around the world in fresh and innovative ways."
collective  earth  film  video  planetraycollective  multimedia  multidisciplinary  cosmology  astronomy  ecology  philosophy  guyreid  christophferstad  stevekennedy 
february 2013 by robertogreco
b e e h i v e d e s i g n c o l l e c t i v e [Beehive Collective]
"To cross-pollinate the grassroots, by creating collaborative, anti-copyright images that can be used as educational and organizing tools.
In the process of this effort we seek to take the “who made that!?” and “how much does it cost!?” out of our creative endeavors, by anonymously functioning as word-to-image translators of the information we convey. We build, and disseminate these visual tools with the hope that they will self-replicate, and take on life of their own."
maine  collaborative  art  collective  activism  education  creativity  organization  via:matthall  self-replication  visualtools  design  beehivecollective  grassroots 
january 2013 by robertogreco
Mare Liberum |
"The Free Seas / Mare Liberum is a freeform publishing, boatbuilding and waterfront art collective, based in the Gowanus, Brooklyn. Finding its roots in centuries-old stories of urban water squatters and haphazard water craft builders, Mare Liberum is a collaborative exploration of what it takes to make viable aquatic craft as an alternative to life on land. The project draws from sources as diverse as ocean-crossing raft assemblages, improvised refugee boats built in Senegal and Cuba, and modern stitch-and-ply construction methods which make complex, classic boat designs approachable by novice builders.

We are currently building a fleet of Liberum Dories, a design that we based on the historic 15′ Banks Dory. The frame of this boat can be constructed over the course of a single afternoon using minimal tools and basic building skills…"

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water  environment  boats  liberumdories  dories  cuba  refugees  senegal  mareliberum  brooklyn  collective  art  gowanus  gowanuscanal  nyc  waterways  boatbuilding 
october 2012 by robertogreco
Madagascar Institute | Fear is Never Boring
"The Madagascar Institute is an art combine in Brooklyn that specializes in large-scale sculptures and rides, live performances, and guerilla art events.

We have an open membership workshop, with monthly and yearly subscriptions. For those of you who want to learn to be ArtStars, or just smell like one, and can not or will not just plunge in and show up and suffer abuse and work, we have classes. To find out about classes, check the current schedule."
jeffstark  madagascarinstitute  collective  art  performance  nyc  diy  brooklyn 
october 2012 by robertogreco
AREA Chicago
"Navigating the city through Art, Research, Education, Activism.

Founded in 2005, AREA Chicago supports the work of people and organizations building a socially just city. AREA actively gathers, produces, and shares knowledge about local culture and politics. Its newspaper, website, and events create relationships and sustain community through art, research, education, and activism."
2005  grassroots  cities  areachicago  politics  collective  community  education  culture  research  activism  chicago  art 
may 2012 by robertogreco
TEMPORARY SERVICES - Non-commercial since 1998
"Experiencing art in the places we inhabit on a daily basis remains a critical concern for us. It helps us move art from a privileged experience to one more directly related to how we live our lives. A variety of people should decide how art is seen and interpreted, rather than continuing to strictly rely on those in power. We move in and out of officially sanctioned spaces for art, keeping one foot in the underground the other in the institution. Staying too long in one or the other isn’t healthy. We are interested in art that takes engaging and empowering forms. We collaborate amongst ourselves and with others, even though this may destabilize how people understand our work."


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temporaryservices  leisurearts  artproduction  competition  philadelphia  copenhagen  zines  publishing  marcfischer  salemsollo-julin  brettbloom  unschooling  deschooling  deinstitutionalization  everydaylife  artists  design  community  chicago  collective  activism  art  collaboration  nilsnorman  artleisure 
april 2012 by robertogreco
"REV- is a non-profit organization that furthers socially-engaged art, design, and pedagogy. REV- produces projects that fuse disciplines, foster diversity, and vary in form (workshops, publications, exhibitions, design objects, etc.). Engaged with different communities and groups, REV-‘s projects involve collaborative production, resource-sharing, and a commitment to the process as political gesture. The organization derives its name from both the colloquial expression “to rev” a vehicle and the prefix “rev-“ which means to turn—as in, revolver, revolution, revolt, revere, irreverent, etc."
nonprofit  sociallyengaged  design  openstudioproject  resourcesharing  lcproject  collaborativeproduction  interdisciplinary  collective  projects  politics  community  nyc  pedagogy  activism  art  nonprofits 
february 2012 by robertogreco
Copenhagen Game Collective - Games, research, and other cool projects from Copenhagen and beyond
"Copenhagen Game Collective is a multi-gender, multi-national, non-profit game design collective based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The collective comprises a network of people and companies interested in independent game culture. Our members include creative individuals first of all, but also small companies, non-commercial interest groups, and game communicators and disseminators.

We play, exhibit, create, and care about games of all types – digital or otherwise – with a slant towards types of play that the game industry’s big boys can’t or won’t address. The diversity of our exhibits and game projects reflects our belief that creativity breeds creativity. The loose structure of the collective, encompassing a network of developers and collaborators, aims to create synergies between all our various projects."
design  development  collective  community  art  gaming  copenhagen  denmark  gamedesign  games 
february 2012 by robertogreco
David Byrne's Journal: 12.14.11: "You 'Da Boss?" Collective Creation
"Others have preferred to view the social insects, not as social cities composed of individuals, but as single super organisms—more like one being made up of millions of semi-autonomous crawling “cells.” This would mean that these towering termite mounds and the tunnels of the ant colonies might represent the clothing or shell that belongs to a collective whole being…

If we make that leap, then we too can be seen as sophisticated works of “soft” architecture. Just like the cities of the ants, bees and termites, one would never imagine that our little cells would be able to individually make and organize a structure as complex as we are. If we reorient our viewpoint, and can see ourselves as a kind of ant colony, we get a frightening insight that maybe our sense of free will is not much more than that of the ants and termites. Our most beautiful cities, and maybe we too, are not much more sophisticated than those of the social insects."
deborahgordon  wikipedia  collective  collectiveaction  collectivecreation  nature  insects  occupywallstreet  ows  creation  art  music  indeterminacy  terryriley  johncage  buddhamachine  madlibs  williamsburroughs  exquisitecorpse  yvestanguy  joanmiro  manray  bernardrudofsky  hivemind  consilience  2011  freewill  timbuktu  architecture  socialinsects  networks  organisms  cities  creativity  collectivism  politics  society  economics  davidbyrne 
december 2011 by robertogreco
Mess Hall
"Mess Hall is an experimental cultural center in the heart of Rogers Park, Chicago. It's a place where visual art, radical politics, creative urban planning, applied ecological design & other things intersect & inform each other."

"Mess Hall is an experimental cultural center. It is a place where visual art, radical politics, creative urban planning, applied ecological design and other things intersect and inform each other. We host exhibitions, discussions, film screenings, brunchlucks (brunch + potluck), workshops, concerts, campaigns, meetings (both closed and open) and more."
chicago  activism  art  performance  community  culture  gallery  collective  artists  events  via:javierarbona  lcproject  machineproject 
december 2011 by robertogreco
Why'd It Take So Long To Invent The Wheel? : Krulwich Wonders... : NPR
"Pop versions of How We Invented The Wheel imagine a single inventor poised over a roundish thing, eyes wide, suddenly seeing what no one else has seen; all around him, people are doubtful, suspicious, then, when the thing starts to actually roll, there's a shout of surprise, then joy, then envy. ("Why didn't I think of that?")

Maybe this happens sometimes, says Jonnie Hughes. But it doesn't happen often. The invention of the wheel, Hughes suggests, probably took:

"... thousands of years and scores of human generations. There may well have been the odd genius involved along the way, conducting his or her own mind experiment ... but in the main, the invention of the wheel was a routinely get-rich-slow affair.""
robertkrulwich  wheels  invention  history  classideas  humans  collective  collectivism  collectiveintelligence  2011 
september 2011 by robertogreco
“W+K12 is an experiment disguised as a school... - robertogreco {tumblr}
“W+K12 is an experiment disguised as a school disguised as an agency.

“Every spring since 2004 we’ve brought 12 or so creative people from outside the industry into our Portland office for a 12-month stretch to see what happens.

“The students work collaboratively on pro bono and paying client projects as well as make books, shoot films, hang art exhibitions and do whatever else they’re collectively excited about. We teach them what we believe in and how we work; they show us a fresh perspective.

More often than not the students are hired upon graduation. And frankly, having people who pay to be in the building makes the rest of us less lazy.”
lcproject  education  studioclassroom  learning  wk12  wk  perspective  motivation  collective  collaboration  making  doing  creating  schooldesign  teaching  unschooling  deschooling  realworldproblems  wieden+kennedy 
july 2011 by robertogreco
Photo essay: People engaging with the economic collapse | Marketplace From American Public Media
"For Brooklyn-based artist Robyn Hasty, the most interesting question is what happens after crisis -- how people change the way they live. For the past seven months, Hasty has been crisscrossing the country, taking images for a photo series she calls Homeland. Her photo technique goes back 150 years. It's called wet plate. You can see her work in an audio slideshow below and actual photos of what she captured by clicking here. At her recent stop in Los Angeles, we caught up with her to learn more about the project."
2011  greatrecession  economics  bikekitchen  losangeles  photography  collectivehouse  community  money  cohousing  collective 
june 2011 by robertogreco
City Works Press
"The San Diego Writers Collective is a group of San Diego writers, poets, artists, and patrons dedicated to the publication and promotion of the work of San Diego area artists of all sorts. Our specific interests include local, ethnic, and border writing as well as formal innovation and progressive politics.

The collective’s main focus is local, but we are open to occasional collaborations with writers from around the world. City Works Press is a non-profit press, funded by local writers and friends of the arts, committed to the publication of fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, and art by members of the San Diego City College community and the community at large. While our institutional home is San Diego City College, the collective is not limited to City College faculty and students but rather is comprised of members from all over the region."
sandiego  publishing  sandiegocitycollege  writing  collective  progressive  politics  borders  poetry  art 
february 2011 by robertogreco
"Magpie is a trans-national, interdisciplinary, and interactive performative public art collective. Magpie’s projects invite unusual cross-disciplinary collaborations. All our projects exist in public places and are dependent on audience interaction. We aim to inspire wonder by redefining the notion of “public art” to mean not only public access, but public as collaborative contributor to the work."
art  sandiego  interactive  california  artists  melindabarnadas  taehwang  collective  collaboration  publicart  glvo  audience  performance  interdisciplinary  trans-national  interaction 
february 2011 by robertogreco » Tinkering as Learning
"John Seely Brown…has a new book coming out soon, The New Culture of Learning…download first 3 chapters from the site.

He talks a lot about one of my pet subjects, Community Mentoring, the apprenticeship model of education:

"Where traditionally mentoring was a means of enculturating members into a community, mentoring in the collective relies more on the sense of learning and developing temporary, peer-to-peer relationships that are fluid and impermanent. Expertise is shared openly and willingly, without regard to an institutional mission. Instead, expertise is shared conditionally and situationally, as a way to enable the agency of other members of the collective."

as well as a dozen other favorite topics of mine: play as a means of learning, constraints as a stimulus for, rather than an inhibition of, creativity, and so on. I wish I could figure out how to get my hands on the whole book. There is a great page of resources on the site as well, for further exploration."
johnseelybrown  caterinafake  tinkering  learning  mentoring  mentorship  creativity  inhibition  education  books  toread  collective  collectivism  sharing  unschooling  deschooling  lcproject  community  apprenticeships  newcultureoflearning  online  web  internet  change  peer-to-peer  peers  relationships  informallearning 
january 2011 by robertogreco
The myth of the individual, AKA completely missing the point of Palomar 5 « Mindflip
"The truth is hard to accept – that we are an expression of others, the thoughts and ideas of those around us. An interpretation of the ideas that permeate society, a translation, an articulation of possibility. Ego guides us to think of these as the expression of one being, and we respect this because we can then possess the same illusion.
palomar5  collective  individual  ideas  tcsnmy  credit  awareness  leadership  management  administration  ego 
july 2010 by robertogreco
"Our Mission: To establish permanent, affordable work/live spaces and support facilities for artists in San Diego...

Space 4 Art currently provides 30 affordable work studios and 5 affordable work/live studios for 40 of San Diego’s finest artists, designers, and craftspeople. The centrally located facility has an abundance of natural light, a spacious gallery, multiple shared community spaces, including an outdoor patio, a performance space, and a classroom. Space 4 Art also offers support facilities for artists working in a variety of creative media — from painting and printmaking to welding and woodworking."
sandiego  art  studios  glvo  community  collective  cooperative  space4art 
june 2010 by robertogreco
The GOOD Guide to Better Neighborhoods: Create a Neighborhood Clubhouse - The Neighborhoods Issue - GOOD
"From 2004-2007, artists Ted Purves & Susanne Cockrell ran a store in their Oakland, CA, neighborhood that sold nothing. Instead, the Reading Room was filled with loaner books about the area’s rich history, &—because that rich history included the planting of abundant orchards—it was also a place people could stop by to get some fruit, gratis. Before long, it was a bona fide local clubhouse. Purves gives advice for those who’d like to do the same. Pick your vibe...Have a purpose...Make it inviting. Free food is always nice, but so are less tangible things like workshops, movie days, & conversation-friendly layout. “Often people would come by & we wouldn’t even have to talk to them because they would start talking to each other. I think having a dinner table in middle steered them into that rather than into private experiences, as a cafe does.”...Have a bathroom people can use...Tap other people's talents...“When someone brought up an idea...we’d say do it"

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lcproject  oakland  community  art  collaborative  collective  environment  economics  urban  urbanism  food  gardening  practice  ecology  research  social  artists  tcsnmy  learning 
april 2010 by robertogreco
"Susanne Cockrell and Ted Purves create social art projects that investigate the overlay of urban and rural systems upon the lives of specific communities. They ask questions about the nature of people and place as seen through social economy, history and local ecology. The collaboration began with a two and a half year public project (2004-2007), Temescal Amity Works, which facilitated and documented the exchange of backyard produce, conversation, and collective biography within the Temescal Neighborhood of Oakland, CA."

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art  collaborative  collective  community  environment  oakland  economics  urban  urbanism  food  gardening  practice  ecology  research  social  artists  tcsnmy  learning 
april 2010 by robertogreco
The content is the Cargo
"Cargo is a web publishing (CMS) and community-building platform currently in development. It powers a variety of creative communities in the fields of Education, Design, Research, and Conceptual Art."
education  design  research  conceptualart  community  creative  publishing  web  typography  gallery  collective  cargo  graphicdesign  portfolios  webdesign  indexhibit  webdev 
april 2010 by robertogreco
"Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA) is a San Francisco-based nonprofit dedicated to building social consciousness through digital culture. Guided by the principles of openness, collaboration, and resource sharing, our programs promote creativity at the intersection of art, design, sound, and technology. A conduit for multidisciplinary creative exchange, GAFFTA supports the creation and diffusion of works that engage and inspire audiences, and offer meaningful contributions to the global movement that is shaping our collective experience."
sanfrancisco  gaffta  collective  community  gallery  foundations  collaboration  arts  art  artists  activism  culture  design  nonprofit  media  technology  diy  hackerspaces  nonprofits 
april 2010 by robertogreco
The Public School
"THE PUBLIC SCHOOL is a school with no curriculum. At the moment, it operates as follows: first, classes are proposed by the public (I want to learn this or I want to teach this); then, people have the opportunity to sign up for the classes (I also want to learn that); finally, when enough people have expressed interest, the school finds a teacher and offers the class to those who signed up."
brooklyn  nyc  pedagogy  education  urban  urbanism  teaching  design  culture  art  architecture  alternative  free  collective  courses  unschooling  deschooling  open  learning  lcproject  tcsnmy 
april 2010 by robertogreco
"Palomar5 is a network-organisation experimenting with new environments for creating positive innovations, and empowering individuals to create and realize new ideas. The topics and projects encompass the imaginations and talents of our community – and beyond -, ranging from global free internet, to giant artistic displays, from deep philosophical exploration, to hands on play and experimentation. Trust, love and respect, built upon common experience is the glue that bonds our community. Palomar 5 is looking for collaborators that can benefit from our collective output and participate in the creation of new experiences, exploring the space between living rooms and corporations, professional and amateur, reality and utopia."
berlin  change  collaboration  collective  entrepreneurship  conferences  coworking  germany  technology  network  initiatives  ideas  creativity  culture  design  do  innovation  community  tcsnmy 
april 2010 by robertogreco
CreateHere | Home
"CreateHere works with one guiding principle in mind: we love our city for what it is, has been and could become.
entrepreneurship  chattanooga  tennessee  design  art  business  cities  urban  community  creativity  collective  creative  webdesign  agency  grants  css  arts  ideas  reference  lcproject  incubator  glvo  tcsnmy  local  webdev 
february 2010 by robertogreco
The future of designed content « Snarkmarket
"Okay—the point of this artic­u­la­tion is not to con­vince Gawker Media to hire a bunch of design­ers. Rather, it’s get you to imag­ine what blogs like those would look like if they both­ered with bespoke design every day. I think it’s a super-interesting vision.
design  internet  culture  magazines  webdev  gawker  publishing  content  webdesign  interactiondesign  journalism  future  web  contentstrategy  snarkmarket  robinsloan  io9  lifehacker  pictory  rss  bespoke  googlereader  collective  prediction 
january 2010 by robertogreco
Ché Café Collective
"The Che Cafe is a community space, DIY venue, vegan cafe, resource center for radical grassroots activists, and a whole lot more. We put on all ages shows, serve tasty vegetarian food and host numerous political and social events. The Che Cafe is "owned" and run by a non-hierarchical worker's collective - no bosses! The Che is a great place to meet and hang out with other people who envision a better world.

The Ché Café Collective is committed to radical social change and equality. Our community works to create itself as an alternative while, at the same time, attempting to open a space for and support other grass-roots organizations."

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sandiego  ucsd  activism  community  music  food  local  grassroots  collective 
december 2009 by robertogreco
the arbour lake sghool
"The Sghool’s mandate is to provide a stage for the creation and display of artistic or critical projects in a way which explores and engages our suburban setting. Activities under this mandate excite, entertain, and often serve as comic interlude in the not-so-secret game of suburban one-upmanship. A loose association of artists, athletes, musicians, trades-people and students form the core group of project participants. Membership in the group is not determined by any specific criteria other than a desire and willingness to collaborate in a diverse and open-minded atmosphere."
art  architecture  community  collaboration  suburbs  suburban  public  performance  us  artists  collective 
may 2009 by robertogreco
Design Means… Jimmy Loizeau « Magical Nihilism
"Not being able to focus on anything for long Jimmy Loizeau has a range of sem-skills that include pizza oven and kiln building, Italian roofing, making tortelli and playing table football. In his spare time he designs products that provide a different perspective on how we can interact with technology for better or for worse. Usually based on real life observations they maintain a grip on reality whilst dealing with socio-cultural issues resulting from an increasingly technologically mediated existence. He can plaster fairly well and enjoys building narratives and scenarios as a way of exploring the inevitable consequences as a result of the convergence of people and products."

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jimmyloizeau  design  technology  generalists  art  communication  future  interaction  jamesauger  interactiondesign  collective  cv  semi-skills  make 
march 2009 by robertogreco
"ELEMENTAL is a Do Tank affiliated to the PUCA de Chile and COPEC, its focus is the design and implementation of urban projects of social interest and public impact. ELEMENTAL is based in three principles: A. To think, design and build better neighborhoods, housing and the necessary urban infrastructure to promote social development and overcome the circle of poverty and inequity of our cities; B. In order to trigger a relevant qualitative leap-forward, our projects must be built under the same market and policy conditions than any other, working to achieve “more with the same”. C. By quality we understand projects whose design guarantees incremental value and returns on investment over time, in order to stop considering it a mere “social expense”. In this spirit, ELEMENTAL contributes to improve the quality of life in Chilean cities, providing state of the art architecture and engineering, understanding the city as an unlimited resource to build social equity."
chile  design  architecture  collective  elementalchile  elemental  studio  architects  urban  community  activism  housing  portfolio  urbanism  social  neighborhoods  alejandroaravena 
march 2009 by robertogreco
Portland's 11xDesign Home Tour - Dwell Blog -
"It’s not every local homes tour that merits attention beyond a city’s borders. But the 11xDesign tour, scheduled for February 21, featuring some of Portland’s most inspired contemporary residential design, is not a traditional home tour. ... s the city has become infused with new talent, a small group of promising and accomplished designer-developers have banded together in a hybrid of traditional architectural or development practice. Small firms and sole practitioners here like Path Architecture, Atelier Waechter, and Building Arts Workshop still operate as individual businesses, and even compete for buyers. But they share research, marketing and design ideas; they’ve become a community."
portland  oregon  homes  housing  architecture  design  events  cascadia  community  cooperative  development  crisis  housingbubble  hometours  collective  architects  modernism 
february 2009 by robertogreco
The Center for Urban Pedagogy
"CUP makes educational projects about places and how they change.

Our projects bring together art and design professionals - artists, graphic designers, architects, urban planners - with community-based advocates and researchers - organizers, government officials, academics, service-providers and policymakers. These partners work with CUP staff to create projects ranging from high school curricula to educational exhibitions.

Our work grows from a belief that the power of imagination is central to the practice of democracy, and that the work of governing must engage the dreams and visions of citizens. CUP believes in the legibility of the world around us. What can we learn by investigation? By learning how to investigate, we train ourselves to change what we see."
design  education  art  culture  architecture  environment  politics  urban  urbanism  nyc  brooklyn  planning  collective  collaboration  pedagogy  lcproject  activism  community  sustainability  space  cities  social  teaching  organizations  place  government  democracy  policy  newyork 
february 2009 by robertogreco
Bre Pettis | I Make Things - My Talk at 25c3 - Rapid Prototype Your Life
Around the 39:00 mark, when discussing hacker collectives Pettis says that he thinks "school is basically dead. What can replace school is this idea of communities that care enough about learning that they're willing to figure stuff things out and then share what they've learned and document it. I don't know exactly what this is called, but I really like it better than schools." via: video at:
brepettis  education  autodidactism  autodidacts  machineproject  lcproject  unschooling  deschooling  hacking  make  making  diy  community  hacks  grassroots  techlabs  collective  hackercollective  technology  prototyping  fabbing  rapidprototyping  sharing  creativity  culture  future  autodidacticism 
january 2009 by robertogreco
Fred Benenson’s Blog » Spore losing the DRM Fight [the numbers have jumped substantially as of this bookmarking]
"Spore, the long awaited evolved version of Sim City by game genius Will Wright has a DRM problem. As of this post, there are 14 “1 Star” reviews versus six 4 and 5 star reviews, by people who said that they won’t buy it because it has DRM...The moment concentrated actions like protests lead to dis-organized collective action and rebellion en masse is very exciting. If these are actual consumers acting in concert but without prompting from a centrally organized campaign then it means that our efforts at establishing DRM as an anti-feature have been successful."
spore  drm  flashmobs  collective  protests  activism  amazon  reviews  ratings  videogames 
september 2008 by robertogreco
» Tiltfactor is…
"first academic center to focus on social activist games. Our mission is to research and develop software and art that creates rewarding, compelling, and socially-responsible interactions, with a focus on inventive game design for social change."
activism  virtualworlds  games  gaming  gamedesign  social  art  programming  simulations  interaction  collective  via:hrheingold 
july 2008 by robertogreco
A Room of Ones's Own : Intimate Art in Contemporary Space :
"Join us at A Room of One’s Own for a full-sensory cultural experience that draws on the feelings of friction versus comfort and safety. The show will feature installation, audio and video art, paintings and photography, presented in the context of a ho
sandiego  art  exhibits  todo  glvo  collective  collaborative  collaboration  space  place  borders  tijuana  mexico 
july 2008 by robertogreco
PdF2008 Talks: Doug Rushkoff on the New Renaissance
"argues there is no such thing as "personal democracy"...genuine democratic discourse can only be participatory & collective...real democracy isn't just blogging and commenting, it's treating the entire world as "open source" and remakable by direct parti
democracy  branding  politics  opensource  participatory  motivation  power  media  history  networks  douglasrushkoff  collective  groups  renaissance  activism  authority  broadcast 
july 2008 by robertogreco
"Etymology: German and Nonsense, from wandern to wander + Lust desire, pleasure, seeking, searching. Strong longing for or impulse toward wandering, exploring,experiencing and feeling (tends to be with one's camera at an arms length) 1 : moving about with
photography  art  collective  blogs  people 
june 2008 by robertogreco
TED | Talks | Charles Leadbeater: The rise of the amateur professional (video)
"In this deceptively casual talk, Charles Leadbeater weaves a tight argument that innovation isn't just for professionals anymore. Passionate amateurs, using new tools, are creating products and paradigms that companies can't."

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charlesleadbeater  innovation  collaboration  video  community  creativity  design  opensource  consumerism  business  collectiveintelligence  crowdsourcing  collaborative  collective  ted  cocreation  citizenship  participatory  lcproject  education  invention  amateur  trends  participation  future 
may 2008 by robertogreco
No stars in our eyes - Riba Journal
"Starchitects and corporate icons make this student generation uneasy. They know the future is about multidisciplinary collaboration and ethically aware design."
architecture  design  collaboration  future  work  interdisciplinary  multidisciplinary  hierarchy  administration  management  leadership  collective 
may 2008 by robertogreco
From the Anointed Few to the Collective Many: How workplace communities will transform your business.
"concept of workplace communities provides an opportunity to rethink our existing organizational models—just as the electric grid can draw power from multiple locations and distribute where needed, so too can workplace communities draw ideas, knowledge,
collective  enterprise  business  community  organizations  administration  management  leadership  future 
april 2008 by robertogreco
Technology Review: TR10: Modeling Surprise
"Combining massive quantities of data, insights into human psychology, and machine learning can help manage surprising events, says Eric Horvitz."
ai  artificial  chaos  collective  psychology  predictions  serendipity  datamining  forecasting  future  futurism  innovation  visualization  intelligence  modeling  technology  statistics  probability  bayesian 
march 2008 by robertogreco
Collective intelligence spontaneously arises among ARG players -- paper from I Love Bees creator - Boing Boing
"Jane McGonigal, who helped develop the groundbreaking Alternate Reality Game "I Love Bees," has written a fascinating paper on the way that "collective intelligence" spontaneously arises among collaborative players of games like I Love Bees"
ai  bees  behavior  janemcgonigal  crowdsourcing  crowds  intelligence  information  systems  collective  research  socialmedia  mind  masses  play 
february 2008 by robertogreco
Eurozine - What makes a biopolitical space? - Toni Negri, Constantin Petcou, Doina Petrescu, Anne Querrien A discussion with Toni Negri
"Negri's interlocutors are involved in exploring "soft" forms of activism, urban projects that create collectivities on micro, neighbourhood levels. Negri is critical of "soft" forms, however, preferring rupture and revolution over accumulation and gradua
activism  cities  collective  democracy  management  participatory  politics  precarity  sociology  space  urbanism  urban  change  toninegri  neighborhoods  revolution  reform  local 
january 2008 by robertogreco
Kevin Kelly -- The Technium: Believing the Impossible
"The Wikipedia has changed my mind, a fairly steady individualist, and lead me toward this new social sphere. I am now much more interested in both the new power of the collective, and the new obligations stemming from individuals toward the collective."
wikipedia  change  kevinkelly  opinion  edge  society  collective  gamechanging  socialsoftware  creation  ethics  evolution  technium  collectiveintelligence  knowledge  learning  social  trends  freedom 
january 2008 by robertogreco
TODO interaction & media design
"we do work that people like to spend time with we are designers musicians geeks stalkers we are an open space for learning" "we listen, ask questions, research, take risk, make mistakes, like busted knees, solve problems, are happy, we'll never retire "
advertising  agencies  architecture  space  entertainment  collective  design  newmedia  processing  programming  interactiondesign  interaction  installation  graphics  games  gaming  italy  interactive  interface  electronics  visualization  glvo  artists  agency  mobile  multimedia  technology 
december 2007 by robertogreco
"NOT BORED! is an autonomous, situationist-inspired, low-budget, irregularly published, photocopied journal. No copyrights, rights reserved, advertising or subscriptions."
anarchism  anarchy  surveillance  situationist  culture  magazines  netart  literature  labor  collective  control  space  social  politics  place  psychogeography 
november 2007 by robertogreco
16 Beaver Group -- Platform Page
"16Beaver is the address of a space initiated/run by artists to create and maintain an ongoing platform for the presentation, production, and discussion of a variety of artistic/cultural/economic/political projects. It is the point of many departures/arri
activism  art  artists  collaboration  collaborative  collective  lcproject  criticism  culture  community  economics  education  learning  space  nonprofit  nyc  politics  gallery  nonprofits 
november 2007 by robertogreco
The Center for Urban Pedagogy
" CUP makes educational projects about places and how they change. Our projects bring together art and design professionals - artists, graphic designers, architects, urban planners - with community-based advocates and researchers - organizers, governme
activism  architecture  art  change  chicago  nyc  urban  urbanism  landscape  mapping  neighborhoods  design  education  lcproject  psychogeography  creativity  collaboration  kids  children  learning  youth  collective  community  culture  nonprofit  environment  housing  teaching  space  theory  pedagogy  planning  alternative  situationist  organizations  sustainability  cities  politics  nonprofits 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Spaces of Utopia, Chicago
"8 city tours around Chicago Class meets every fri at different locations from sep30-Nov18 2005...class consists of 15 graduate & undergraduate students from different departments of the U, including Econ, English Lit, Visual Arts & Environmental Studies."

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"Contemporary art and the environment. University of Chicago. 2005

An inter-disciplinary class led by visiting artist Nils Norman organised by the Department of Visual Arts and Environmental Studies program of the University of Chicago in conjunction with the SMART Museum's exhibition Beyond Green, curated by Stephanie Smith.

The class met every friday at different locations from september 30 to November 18 2005.

The class consisted of 15 graduate and undergraduate students from different departments of the University, including Geography, Economics, English Literature, Visual Arts and Environmental Studies."
utopia  urbanism  teaching  education  learning  psychogeography  schools  schooldesign  homeschool  urban  alternative  community  collaborative  children  space  lcproject  architecture  art  collaboration  collective  uk  culture  gamechanging  glvo  chicago  universities  colleges  pedagogy  nilsnorman  unschooling  deschooling 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Front | Kitchen
Kitchen Budapest, opened in June 2007, is a new media lab for young researchers who are interested in the convergence of mobile communication, online communities and urban space and are passionate about creating experimental projects in cross-disciplinary
kitchenbudapest  interdisciplinary  mobile  phones  convergence  communication  online  altgdp  research  digital  web  internet  media  architecture  art  community  projects  locative  europe  multitouch  interactiondesign  technology  webdesign  medialab  innovation  collective  design  urban  budapest  machineproject  lcproject  mitmedialab  webdev 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Human Brain Cloud: Play
"a massively multiplayer word association "game" or experiment ... or something. The idea is that given a word, a player types in the first thing that comes to mind and the results are combined into a giant network."
collectiveintelligence  crowdsourcing  words  game  play  gaming  language  english  games  data  collaboration  collective  meaning  brainstorming  semantics  semiotics  semanticweb  languages  linguistics  hivemind  multiplayer  wordplay  visualization  thesaurus  mmog  mindmapping  mindmap  dictionary  folksonomy  dictionaries 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Collective Perception
"excerpt of, a soon to be released, invite only information exchange dedicated to the future of everything. SpaceCollective is about to go into public beta and is issuing a limited amount of exclusive beta generation invites now."
art  blogs  collective  consciousness  culture  design  fractals  future  geometry  gotham  history  images  knowledge  life  perception  philosophy  psychology  quotes  science  space  scifi  technology  thought  evolution  futurism 
november 2007 by robertogreco
MIT World » : Collective Intelligence
"patterns uncovered in the data...demonstrated the significance of social dynamics in workplace productivity. Certain individuals acted as information bottlenecks; others as polarizers, group thinkers, or gossip mongers."
collaboration  collective  collectiveintelligence  work  productivity  distributed  intelligence  semantic  organizations  administration  leadership  groups 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Evolution and Wisdom of Crowds
"reason that Wikipedia is as good as it is (and the reason that living organisms are as sophisticated as they are), is not due to the average quality of the edits (or mutations). Instead, it is due to a much harder to observe process: selection."
wikipedia  evolution  wisdom  datamining  statistics  folksonomy  crowdsourcing  behavior  reason  religion  human  information  intelligence  darwin  databases  collaboration  collective  collectiveintelligence  commons  community  economics  learning  algorithms  crowds  systems  recommendations  networks  socialsoftware  psychology  predictions  charlesdarwin 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Creative Generalist - BIF Conference summaries (see Irving Wladawsky-Berger, Clayton Christensen, Ellen Levy, Jack Hughes)
"current education system...mandates standardization...But we all learn differently...more modular approach...better. "We need schools within schools," computers&virtual classrooms w/ human teachers on 1x1 instruction and support."
education  learning  schools  work  play  collaboration  curriculum  lcproject  virtual  generalists  children  students  teaching  schooldesign  organizations  testing  innovation  collaborative  collective 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Artichoke: Bogong Moths in Sydney, Starlings in Rome and Edu_Bloggers at Conferences
"We enjoy a flutter of moths, and a murmuration of starlings .... so what would fit best for a collection of like minded homophilic bloggers ..."
comments  education  edubloggers  blogging  conferences  sharedexperience  homophily  collective  behavior  groups  starlings  words  organizations  teaching  artichokeblog  pamhook 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Statistical physics is for the birds - Physics Today October 2007
"Three-dimensional mapping of starling flocks could shed light not only on the birds' collective behavior but also on a broad range of other aggregate systems."
birds  physics  research  behavior  collective  rome  starlings  patterns  biology 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Headshift :: Social tools for Internal Communications
"network productivity...still revolutionary to people working in lonely methodology. We call it social filtering...almost a cliche that in networks of bloggers, useful information begins to find you rather than the other way around
socialsoftware  communication  collaboration  business  systems  networks  networking  socialnetworks  socialnetworking  productivity  tools  internet  web  online  collaborative  social  work  organizations  blogs  blogging  collective  intelligence  knowledge  groups  bookmarking  bookmarks  software  process  administration  management 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Interview with Boutique Vizique
"They trained as photographer, started working mostly with video, collaborated with sound artists and are now developing interactive installations. The kind we like: playful, witty and beautifully executed."
interactive  collective  artists  art  photography  video  technology  glvo 
september 2007 by robertogreco
i am ai - active ingredient & ai online
"I AM AI is the umbrella name for the activities of Active Ingredient.We create art works, using everything from household chemistry to emerging technologies. Our artwork explores the relationship between real and imaginary digital spaces attempting to u
art  internet  mobile  design  games  collective  pervasive  space  magic  digital  glvo 
august 2007 by robertogreco
haque :: design + research
"The domain of architecture has been transformed by developments in interaction research, wearable computing, mobile connectivity, people-centered design, contextual awareness, RFID systems and ubiquitous computing. These technologies alter our understand
usmanhaque  architecture  design  technology  ubiquitous  ubicomp  computers  artists  balloons  collaboration  collective  inflatable  electronics  environment  experiencedesign  gps  locative  location-based  light  interface  interactive  interaction  installation  inspiration  sensors  art  space  sound  social  opensource  networks  systems  visualization  virtual  urban  pervasive  everyware  materials  projects  sculpture  mobile  glvo  inflatables 
july 2007 by robertogreco
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