Urban Procedural Rhetorics @ Reboot 10

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These are the slides for my presentation at Reboot 10 on 27 June 2008 in Copenhagen, Denmark. In brief, it describes the theoretical basis for a type of game I foresee – one that allows people to make arguments in the form of dynamic models that use the city as their platform. The second part consists of sketches for a few of these so-called "urban procedural rhetorics" of my own design.

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Urban Procedural Rhetorics @ Reboot 10

  1. 1. Urban Procedural Rhetorics Kars Alfrink – Leapfrog – Reboot 10
  2. 2. hello
  3. 3. gramschap.nl/provo/chrono/wit.jpg
  4. 4. thesis
  5. 5. “[…] the street finds its own uses for things” —William Gibson
  6. 6. flickr.com/photos/mallix/2241056021/
  7. 7. flickr.com/photos/clarkmackey/462381004/
  8. 8. flickr.com/photos/revcyborg/52850636/ flickr.com/photos/piccadillywilson/330940825/
  9. 9. play
  10. 10. “The opposite of play is not work. It’s depression.” —Brian Sutton-Smith
  11. 11. “Play is free movement within a more rigid structure.” —Salen Zimmerman

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