Tag Archives: commons

Arki work around and about next weeks.

Yes there is some movement in the front! Arki tonttu is sending people around to share some of our work out there. Follow what we have to say in the following venues (in no particular order): 1) Andrea, Sanna and … Continue reading

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Caring for the city in Seville

This week the people for Zemos98 in Seville are organizing an interesting meeting / festival / hackcamp called 17th ZEMOS98 Festival on the theme “Caring for the City: Reclaim the Commons”. They have an interesting program and an agenda that … Continue reading

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Post-summer harvest time: design commons, urban planning, media design

A short overview of recent publications: 1) Last May, Sanna attended the Cumulus conference in Aveiro Portugal to present a paper on “Practices and challenges in creative re-use of audio-visual media” written together with Kati (We miss you!). Work is … Continue reading

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Caring Commons, what do we mean?

By Andrea Botero and Tania Perez Bustos ” Care includes everything we do to maintain, continue and repair our ‘world’ so that we can live in it as well as possible. That world includes, our bodies, ourselves and our environment; … Continue reading

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Helsinki Commons? Join us the 24th of October to map them

What forms of commons and commoning are present today in a city like Helsinki? As part of the preparations for the seminar we are arranging a smaller and local working session (mostly in Finnish) where we are inviting other commons … Continue reading

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Digital urban commons

The term “urban commons” refers to collectively shared resources related to the urban environment, such as streets, public parks, and shared neighborhood amenities (Foster, 2011). It also can include intangible urban goods, such as the sense of security or belonging … Continue reading

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On infrastructuring

We  found this interesting Brazilian researcher (Miguel Said Vieira) who gave a keynote in a recent conference on the commons with the tile “New Infrastructures for Commoning by Design” which rings a bell of similarity to ours 🙂 Since some … Continue reading

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Four conceptual notions on the commons (By Helfrich and Bollier)

In their keynote address for the Economics and the Commons Conference Silke Heilfreich (and David Bollier) propose 4 interesting conceptual points to fine tune a more coherent definition of the commons that they see is missing. The 4 points are … Continue reading

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From new forms of production towards building commons! A direction for the SIG

As a continuation of the theme “co-creation, co-governance and peer-to-peer production on public services” the co-p2p SIG continues its work now focusing more on “commons” (see e.g Ostrom 1990) as a framework to expand our understanding of emerging considerations for … Continue reading

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Book, projects, visits

Arki tontu been very busy and she has not had time to update this site for long, apologies. So here some nice links of stuff we have done lately: Andrea and Joanna where busy last year with this cool book … Continue reading

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