Activity: Talk or presentation › Talk or presentation at a workshop, seminar, course or other meeting
The most direct way to perceive the (urban) landscape is by walking, which not only involves visual experience, but sound, rhythm, kinaesthesia, balance, and so forth. These sensory conditions can be seen as inherent attributes of the city, which serve as a stimulus or catalyst for the transaction between people and space. In order to disclose the sensory conditions as physical information to be found in urban landscape, they need to be linked to the formal/physical components of urban space, and to be translated from attributes of the perceiver to attributes of the perceived. This asks for these two interrelated actions: walking and notation.
7 Apr 2021
READING, WRITING AND ACTIVATING URBAN PLACES: METHODS AND ASSIGNMENTS: Writing Urban Places COST Action 18126