Research and experience challenging layers of the city with architects/designers/artists.
Topics: Light, sound, smell, tectonic, taste, data city and mindmapping
Artroutes – lectures/workshops – exposition
freiday: City Research PresentationParty 20:00h
Saturday & Sunday: layer Safari! by: Sander Veenhof (layer & augmented Reality).
Go to: Highlights & Foto’s
When and where
La Città Mobile - Vestdijk 133 Eindhoven
(Exposition room is in the centre of Eindhoven, near the Abbemuseum and just across Schellens.)
23 october t/m 31 october
Opening hours 12:00h tot 22:00h
Acces and participation are fully free.
for the special art-tours: mailto firstname.lastname@example.org
The complete program list of events and time can be found on: www.lacittamobile.nl.
23 t/m 31 october: Routes, Tours and Exposition PULS 2010
25 t/m 29 october: Keynote Lecture evening program
25 t/m 29 october: Workshops
Application form: workshops
Seven designers/artists have developed a special route through the city. Starting point is La Città Mobile. The routes are also displayed by means of an exhibition about the underlying concept. Subjects: light, smell, touch, tectonics, city data and mind-mapping. In addition, there will be interesting talks, workshops and guided tours. Check this website for updated information.
A city can be read as the ever-changing plot in a book, in which composition, variability and dynamics play a key role. During DDW 2010, La Città Mobile is the centre of research into physical, social and urban space – with the city as its designed product. The research is done through workshops for students of the TU/e (Eindhoven University of Technology), international Erasmus students, and the work of artists and designers. They will filter the infinite amount of information and focus our image of the city on one or several of a multitude of aspects.
The creative process of researching and designing at an urban level will be made visible through lectures, tours, walks, exhibitions etc. A cooperative project of LCM, TU/e Faculty Architecture, Building and Planning and Puls 2010.