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Vulnerability

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  • 1. “entropy is accordingly an index of a system's tendency towards spontaneous change”
  • 2. Vulnerability is rhyzomatic too.
    Every day more so.
  • 3. TIMELINE. Past, present and future events in Rosengård are often rooted in situations which begin out of Malmö, Sweden and even Europe. As a community with a strong migrant presence, Rosengård is a thermometer for natural and cultural vulnerability around the world.
  • 4. MACRO/MEZZO-SCALE. The corridor between Ögårdsparken and RoCen is an alternance between green and gray. However, in this mezzo-scale cross section it is evident that even relatively small areas like the fält are susceptible to large scale situations like global warming or armed conflicts.
  • 5. RoCen
    THEREFORE…
    My site is a connector.
    It bonds religious (the mosque), vehicular traffic, commercial / administrative (RoCen), residential (Herrgård and VästraKattarp) and open spaces (idrottsplats, parken and fältet).
    The site is a thermometer.
    Can it be a CATALIZER
    for new life, natural and cultural?
    Cultural, yet natural
    RosengårdMosque