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Palestra Steven Graham
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Palestra Steven Graham
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Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
Palestra Steven Graham
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Palestra Steven Graham

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Cidade-Rede e Redes de Cidades …

Cidade-Rede e Redes de Cidades
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  • 1. An A-Z of Networked Urbanism Stephen Graham Global Urban Research Unit (GURU)School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Newcastle University, U.K. Steve.Graham@ncl.ac.uk
  • 2. “The town exists only as a function of circulation and of circuits ; it is a singular point on the circuits which create it and which it creates. It is defined by entries and exits: something must enter it and exit from it" Gilles Deleuze and FélixGuattari(1997)
  • 3. Archaeology
  • 4. City as Process: ‘Cyborg Urbanization’
  • 5. Disruption and Vulnerability
  • 6. “Cascading Effects”: 2003 SARS Crisis
  • 7. Glocal: e.g. optic fibre systems
  • 8. Infrastructure=Architecture=Landscape
  • 9. Invisibility ‘The most profound technologies arethose that disappear’ Mark Weiser, 1991
  • 10. Kinetic Elites /Kinetic Underclasses
  • 11. MultipleNetworks,Multiple Scales
  • 12. Passage-Points
  • 13. Polynucleation
  • 14. Remediation
  • 15. Software
  • 16. Splintering
  • 17. …and Surveillance
  • 18. Topologyand Bypass
  • 19. Conclusion: Reimagining Networked Urbanism •Bringing together planning, architecture, engineering and social mobilisations for democratisation • Social Innovation • Experimentation • Making place •Building networked publics and new ideas of networked urban citizenship and the right to the networked city
  • 20. Thank you!Some further reading….

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