30-minute talk show sessions live from the studio at Pakhuis de Zwijger with special guests looking back and ahead at the highlights and various themes of the MAB Program.
This session features workshop chairs Luke Hespanhol and Marius Hoggemueller and their observations about this year’s workshop submissions. Luisa Bravo will talk about MAB-partner City Space Architecture and their work on public space. Volume editor Francesco Degli Innocenti will talk about Volume’s special issue on the MAB theme Futures Implied, and look back at the jointly organized training school Promises Promises, organized in 2020 to deconstruct the historic promises around new urban technologies. The session will be closed with the third ARIAS video that documents the case of redeveloping the Bajeskwartier in Amsterdam and the possibilities of communal ownership of public space.
Lecturer, Researcher and Artist
Educator, Social Entrepreneur and Public Space Activist
Monique van Dusseldorp
Monique van Dusseldorp is a well-known curator and moderator of seminars and conferences on creativity, innovation, and technology. Over the last 20 years, she initiated and organized a series of internationally renowned events, all with a top line of speakers
Francesco Degl’Innocenti is an architectural researcher with a past in advertising and engineering.
Marius Hoggenmueller is a Ph.D. candidate in the Design Lab at The University of Sydney. His work focuses on prototyping and probing urban interactions with robots and autonomous systems, thereby applying Research through Design methods and Media Architecture principles.