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MAB20 calls for media architectures that move beyond the mere spectacular; as well as beyond the design of individualized services comforting human customers. MAB20 calls for media architectures and urban interaction that dare to take on a more-than-human approach: aiming at the well-being of the natural ecosystem as a whole; For urban media art and design that bring implicit and explicit bias within technology and culture to light, and provide the means for ongoing discussion, debate, and societal change; For digital platforms that strengthen citizen’s digital rights in democratic societies.

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KINEIN

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BACK TO THE FUTURE OF PUBLIC SPACE: POSTCARDS FROM 2020

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BIG APPLE_SMALL PLUG-IN

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UPTOWN UNDERGROUND

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WALK WALK DANCE

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ELMAN PROJECT

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RIFLESSI

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SHUTTERCAM

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HERE BUT WHEN: THE ARCHIVE ACROSS SPACE AND TIME

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NOVARTIS PAVILLON

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AUGMENTED THEATRE

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ENCUENTROS

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FROM ANALYSING GAZE TO CREATING COMMUNICATION

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CHATTY BENCH PROJECT: RADICAL MEDIA ARCHITECTURE IN PRECARIOUS TIMES

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HAMAJA

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HIPERORGANICOS

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WORLD COLLIDER

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UTRECHT2040

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CYBER-PHYSICAL BIO DUNE

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MEDIA ARCHITECTURE FOR NEIGHBORHOOD RESILIENCE

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CURIOCITY 2021 - AUGMENTED REALITY GAMES FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

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AN EXPLORATION TO ENHANCE HUMAN-MACHINE COLLABORATION THROUGH EYE GAZE

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WOODIE

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FUTUROTHEQUE

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#ROSHOP_RESPONSIVE OPEN SOURCE MODULAR HOUSING PROTOTYPE - PAGIRINYA REFUGEE SATELLITE (UGANDA)

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INTERACTIVE AND REAL-TIME FACADE SHADING

City-Space-Architecture

City Space Architecture
is a non-profit organization with a mission to studying, making, spreading and sharing public space culture, through an interdisciplinary approach, involving art and architecture.

koozarch

KooZA/rch
is an experimental digital platform researching the potential of the Architectural Imaginary.
We approach the architect not as one who builds, but rather one who has the power to imagine.