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Democratic Dialogues in Urban Commons

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Presented as part of the RGCS-OWEE Symposium on 'Embodying Ecological Stakes of our Time in Urban Contexts'.

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Democratic Dialogues in Urban Commons

  1. 1. Designers through socio-material practices are said to frame the future...
  2. 2. #COUNTERFRAME #DE-FUTURING
  3. 3. `"Lived, Real, Embodied, Difficult" (Kohtala et al., 2019)
  4. 4. FUTURE-MAKING HERE & NOW EMBODIMENT DISEMBODIMENT DE-FUTURING
  5. 5. PROVOCATIONS
  6. 6. In radical autonomous urban commons, affect, ie the experience of participation, takes precedence over the procedures of commons governance.... 1
  7. 7. This affect is both discursive and material, whereby the aesthetics of urban commons are bound up in commons 'frames', through which exclusions happen.... 2 ‘Aspiration Lane’ by Emmet Kierans https://www.emmetkierans.com/
  8. 8. 3 JOY Resistance, however, has always flourished; even in the most difficult circumstances, those living at the margins of the colonial world have learned the skills to continuously create new, more joyful futures. (Luiza Prado, source: https://www.luiza- prado.com/anticolonial- joy
  9. 9. How might the exclusions inherent in material-discursive commons frames be addressed? What are the possibilities to work with affect as a concept for building mobilisation / allyship?

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