Mapping our Way to an Inclusive 21st Century City

Tuesday, October 11
4:15PM - 4:45PM
Austin Convention Center Room 8ABC
500 E. Cesar Chavez

Pp93177

815950

Annette Kim
Speaker
Spatial Analysis Lab USC Price - Director

Summary

Given our limited view of the world around us, SLAB discovers hidden urban landscapes and everyday socio-spatial phenomenon, as the basis for designing interventions and policies. By integrating an ethnographer’s openness, an architect’s approach to the built environment, a social scientist’s critical analysis, and an artist’s sense of wonder, we can map our way out of habitual blindness and received knowledge in order to see overlooked spaces and overlooked peoples. In particular, SLAB’s visualized research projects have revealed the remarkable ways im(migrants) live in and contribute to cities around the world in order to create new narratives that support more inclusive and humane ways to design and govern the 21st century city.

Event Type:
Sessions
Format:
Dual / Solo / Panel
Track:
Cities
Tags:
cities data visualization aia continuing education

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