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Message posted on 09/05/2024

Co-creation workshop "The city of shades: Ethnography of urban habitability in times of climate mutation" (June 17-21, 2024 | Barcelona)

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 The city of shades: Ethnography of urban habitability in times of climate mutation (June 17-21, 2024 | Barcelona) The workshop is an invitation to co-create and explore how to bring into existence a Department of Umbrology, namely, a space devoted to the study of and intervention in the urban life of shades: an umbrology that addresses both the physical and material aspects as well as the social and cultural relationships. of the shadows. To make it exist, we want to train ourselves – by means of different activities – to appreciate this environmental relationship: dedicating ourselves to the ethnographic study of the complex relationships between the sun and buildings, the street or trees, as well as the role that different types of shadows can have for different people or groups and their ways of surviving the scorching heat. Co-creation workshop curated by Tomás Criado (UOC) and Santiago Orrego (HU Berlin) Activity part of Setmanes d’Arquitectura 2024 . Organized by: CareNet-IN3 , Open University of Catalonia. In collaboration with Bit Habitat and the Office of Climate Change and Sustainability (Barcelona City Council). Dates: June 17-21, 2024 | Place: Barcelona | Activity part of Setmanes d’Arquitectura 2024 . Prior registration required (deadline: May 17, 2024; communication of results: May 24, 2024) | Maximum 20 participants | Certificate of participation is issued (1 ECTS) | It will be carried out primarily in Spanish (use of Catalan and English in the informal work of the workshop won’t be an issue)

Tomás Sánchez Criado

IN3 - Internet Interdisciplinary Institute CareNet Research Group Ramón y Cajal Senior Research Fellow @tscriado ·

Open University of Catalonia Rambla del Poblenou 154 08018 Barcelona, Spain

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