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Webinar: Combining “science” and “art” in planning (?)

This event will be a debate on the extent to which academic work (labelled as “scientific”) should engage more in artistic methodologies, artistic output, artistic engagement of audiences or artistic philosophies, and other alternative approaches, and do these relate to the idea of “scientism”. An important underlying assumption is that artistic methods might be more creative and therefore incentivise change - however, this is an untested hypothesis as far as we are aware. We will discuss how art can be used as a process for engaging diverse publics in planning, what art even means in such a context, what its role for inducing 'change' is, and how far-reaching the role of art in planning can and should be.

Tid: On 2024-04-17 kl 15.00 - 16.30

Videolänk: Online

Språk: English

Medverkande: Debating art in planning with Sofia Wiberg (KTH), Marcos L. Rosa, Sofia Greaves and Raine Mäntysalo

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Find a link to the event, and read more about it and the participants here: Combining “science” and “art” in planning (?)

Participating from KTH, Urban Planning and Environment at ABE is:

Sofia Wiberg, a researcher at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. She is interested in knowledge formation, collective work and decision making processes, asymmetric power relations and the limits of knowing. She has conducted research on transdisciplinary approaches to planning, including the arts, and how these are used during co-creation.

Tillhör: Skolan för arkitektur och samhällsbyggnad (ABE)
Senast ändrad: 2024-04-12