LiQen Project seeks to identify and report environmental micro-conflicts around the world mixing machine sensor data and human sensoring. Through a collaborative web and a mobile app, citizens will be able to push data collected to signal environmental problems in their cities that will be added to the local open databases, with the possibility of editing or replacing already existing data. London, Madrid and Chile have been chosen as the starting point to map and collect perceptions.
5th -6th November 2016, Madrid, Spain. The Rise of Global Fear: Why Is The World Becoming Less Tolerant and More Radical?
WDCD Live Amsterdam 2017 - Radical change: the climate edition
23rd and 24th May 2017, Amsterdam, Netherlands. What design can do, an international event about the global impact of design, focuses this year of the theme of climate change and how designers can address this urgent issue. Leading experts and visionaries will gather to share insights related to this topic and to work with the audience to find answers to the most pressing questions. Moreover, the edition will include a wide range of masterclasses, lively workshops, hackathons, roundtable discussions, and lecturers.
Written by Andrés Lomeña, Psicopolis is a short film that shows how individual behaviour is a direct result of social constructions. The story takes place in a Faculty of Psychology where the professor transforms his class into a captivating theatre performance that shows how his theories might work in “real life”.
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