Where? Aula delle Pietre, DIDA - University of Florence - Faculty of Architecture, via Micheli 2, Firenze
This session will bring academics who are working on rethinking the urban and peri-urban spaces (mainly from the PRIN research project that is working on the Post-metropolitan Atlas, coordinated by Giancarlo Paba: http://www.postmetropoli.it), researchers, doctoral students and others to confront methodologies and technologies with the Intermapping group and see how that can test the work done and open other possibilities, including a more systemic approach and the use of big data to compare contextual elements where Alternatives emerge.
• Kevin Flanagan has worked as an event organiser and is a trained facilitator using participatory approach known as the Art of Hosting.
Jason N• Jason Nardi coordinates the European network for Social Solidarity Economy (RIPESS Europe) and has worked on the first interoperability standards for SSE data and maps called ESSGlobal, as well as developed methodologies and tools for collective mappings.