Supernova

Exhibition / Esposizione / Ausstellung

A Space, some People and lots of Ideas
Un Luogo, delle Persone e molto Idee
Ein Ort, einige Leute und viele Ideen

Martedì / Tuesday / Dienstag, 3.12., 17:00 – 21:00
Mercoledì / Wednesday / Mittwoch, 4.12., 15:00 – 21:00
Bolzano Casanova, Piazza Anita Pichler

Giovedì / Thursday / Donnerstag, 5.12., 17:00 – 20:30
Sala Polifunzionale, Piazza Angela Nikoletti 5

EN

With the beginning of October 2019 28 newly arrived students of the
Master in Eco-Social Design started exploring Casanova for envisioning its potentials as a vivid neighbourhood and a public space for commoning [1]. In collaboration with OfficineVispa the students developed prototypes of social infrastructures, that “can take the form of a physical or virtual space, which facilitates face-to-face encounters between people. They can range from smaller-scale one-off interventions to larger permanent structures.” [2] The works are first exhibited in Casanova to invite the inhabitants to a creative dialogue for developing the ideas further. Part of the exhibition will be the thesis project of Lea Luzzi, who designed a game and facilitated a participatory process to co-create ideas for ‘social infrastructures’ with the inhabitants of the neighbourhood. After this, the exhibition moves to Oltrisarco, where it is presented to the audience of the event “Commons in the City” with Ugo Mattei and Andrea Pradi (Thursday 5th of December, 17:00 – 20:30, Sala Polifunzionale Piazza Nicoletti 5).

The project took place in the frame of the program “Public Space Innovation” by OfficineVispa, financed by the Stiftung Sparkasse. It is accompanied by the designers Karl Pircher and Kris Krois, together with Alastair Fuad-Luke (Design Research), Lisa Borgenheimer (Information Design & Visual Storytelling), Alvise Mattozzi (Sociology) and other teachers/researchers of the study course.

[1] Commoning: Doing together to fulfil needs in self-organized ways
[2] From the thesis “Convivial. An interactive tool for ‘co-ideating’ social infrastructure in neighbourhoods tested in Casanova, Bolzano” by Lea Luzzi, unibz, November 2019

IT

Ventotto studenti del Master in Eco-Social Design, a partire da ottobre 2019, hanno esplorato il quartiere di Casanova immaginando i suoi spazi come bene comune [1]. In collaborazione con OfficineVispa gli studenti hanno sviluppato prototipi di infrastrutture sociali, che “possono assumere la forma di uno spazio fisico oppure virtuale, il quale facilita l’incontro faccia a faccia” [2]. I diversi progetti verranno dapprima esposti a Casanova, invitando gli abitanti ad un dialogo creativo con gli studenti, per sviluppare ulteriormente le idee. Parte della mostra sarà il progetto di tesi di Lea Luzzi: uno gioco partecipativo per facilitare la co-creazione di idee per delle ‘infrastrutture sociali’. In seguito la mostra si sposterà ad Oltrisarco, dove verrà presentata al pubblico in occasione dell’evento “Commons in the City” con Ugo Mattei e Andrea Pradi (giovedì 5 dicembre, Sala Polifunzionale Piazza Nicoletti 5, 17:00 – 20:30)

Il progetto è stato realizzato nell’ambito del programma “Public Space Innovation” di OfficineVispa, finanziato dalla Stiftung Sparkasse. E’ stato coordinato dai designer Karl Pircher e Kris Krois, insieme ad Alastair Fuad-Luke (Design Research), Lisa Borgenheimer (Information Design & Visual Storytelling), Alvise Mattozzi (Sociologia) e altri docenti/ricercatori del corso di studio in Eco-Social Design.

[1] Bene comune: Fare insieme per soddisfare i bisogni in modo auto-organizzato
[2] Della tesi “Convivial. An interactive tool for ‘co-ideating’ social infrastructure in neighbourhoods tested in Casanova, Bolzano” di Lea Luzzi, unibz, November 2019

DE

Anfang Oktober 2019 begannen 28 neu angekommene Student*innen des
Masters in Eco-Social Design, Casanova zu erkunden, um sich seine Potenziale als lebendiges Viertel und öffentlichen Raum für die gemeinschaftliche Nutzung vorzustellen [1]. In Zusammenarbeit mit OfficineVispa entwickelten die Student*innen Prototypen von sozialen Infrastrukturen, die “in Form eines physischen oder virtuellen Raumes gestaltet werden können, der persönliche Begegnungen ermöglicht. Soziale Infrastrukturen können kleinere und einmalige Interventionen sein, oder auch größere und permanenten Strukturen” [2]. Die Arbeiten werden zunächst in Casanova ausgestellt, um den Bewohner*innen zu einem kreativen Dialog einzuladen und die Ideen weiterzuentwickeln. Teil der Ausstellung ist das Diplomprojekt von Lea Luzzi, die ein Spiel entwarf und einen partizipativen Prozess leitete, um Ideen für soziale Infrastrukturen mit den Bewohnern der Nachbarschaft zu entwickeln. Im Anschluss geht die Ausstellung nach Haslach-Oberau, wo sie dem Publikum der Veranstaltung “Commons in the City” mit Ugo Mattei und Andrea Pradi vorgestellt wird (Donnerstag, 5.12., 17:00 – 20:30, Sala Polifunzionale, Piazza Nicoletti 5).

Das Projekt fand im Rahmen des Projektes “Public Space Innovation” von OfficineVispa statt, finanziert von der Stiftung Sparkasse. Begleitet wird es von den Designern Karl Pircher und Kris Krois sowie Alastair Fuad-Luke (Design Research), Lisa Borgenheimer (Information Design & Visual Storytelling), Alvise Mattozzi (Soziologie) und weiteren Lehrenden/Forschern des Studiengangs.

[1] Commoning: Gemeinsames Handeln zur Erfüllung von Bedürfnissen auf selbstorganisierte Weise
[2] Aus der Diplomarbeit “Convivial. An interactive tool for ‘co-ideating’ social infrastructure in neighbourhoods tested in Casanova, Bolzano” by Lea Luzzi, unibz, November 2019.

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