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Owee tool kit i what is OWEE


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Description of the main orientations and philosophy of Open Walked Event-Based Experimentations (OWEE)

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Owee tool kit i what is OWEE

  1. 1. Part I: General orientations and philosophy Open Walked Event-based Experimentations (OWEE)
  2. 2. THREE IMPORTANT IDEAS: DEFINITION: learning expedition combining the visit of collaborative spaces with walked times in the public spaces of a city The OBJECTIVE transform collaborative practices between academics (and researchers* at large), citizens, entrepreneurs, freelancers managers, activists, makers, artists, students & journalists PHILOSOPHY common good conditions of possibility
  3. 3. Open
  4. 4. OPEN - Everybody’s welcome - We try to cover a large scope of places and areas - We never know when an OWEE starts or stops physically and digitally also open in time
  5. 5. WALKED
  6. 6. WALKED creates much more fluidity in the conversation than that of the ‘seated world’ public transportation more stable (even seated) times of visits make the walk even more important
  7. 7. Event-based
  8. 8. EVENT-BASED a sense of happening open, inclusive, public space grounded context of OWEE makes that everything’s likely to happen
  9. 9. Experimentations Our two musicians of the morning in Kaos playing gipsy jazz at Switch 21. Very cosy evening !
  10. 10. Experimentations
  11. 11. EXPERIMENTATIONS bricolages and improvisations to co-create a day or half day of the event in the flow of the walk maker, hacker, DIY, DIT cultures
  12. 12. « About the future, what is at stake is not prediction. It is to make it possible » Contributors to this creative common document: François-Xavier deVaujany, Aurore Dandoy & Albane Grandazzi (last update: 29/01/2018) This updated version includes feedbacks received in 2017: during presentations of the method in RGCS seminars (in Paris, Berlin, Rome), in RGCS co- creation workshops in Paris and London, at RGCS meeting of the board, during academic events (M&O research seminar, invited scholarship at HUJ & SBS. We thank all the participants who also contributed to enrich the general orientation of the method and its philosophical underpinnings. All contents summarized in this document are provisional, ephemeral and will evolve through OWEE experiences