Active space camp - public

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Active space camp - public by Mind Map: Active space camp  - public

1. Body Space / Social Space

1.1. Map with all spaces of possibilities

1.2. Collages, Maps and gestures

1.2.1. Session 1 - Body space: Search for Spaces of possibilities - Spaces where it feels free to act and an openness for something new to happen. Search for such spaces - chose one and make photo of gesture that expresses that feeling

1.2.2. Session 2 - Social space: Groups are formed and revisit the spaces chosen by the members of the groups. The groups decide for a word that describes that space.

1.2.3. Peaceful encounter Map Gesture Collage

1.2.4. Transition Map Gesture A Gesture B Collage

1.2.5. Timeline Gesture Map Collage

1.2.6. Futurity Map Gesture Collage

1.2.7. Play Gesture Map Collage

1.2.8. Blooming Collage Gesture Map

1.2.9. Sharing Map Gesture Collage

1.2.10. Light Map Collage Gesture

1.2.11. Peephole Map Gesture Collage

1.2.12. Balanced Map Gesture Collage

1.2.13. Mediterranean Collage Gesture Map

1.2.14. No word Gesture Map Collage

1.2.15. Childhoodish Map Gesture Collage

1.3. Session 2 - social space: Agenda

1.3.1. Group A Nutella city - monoculture Quality of encounter Multiculture of content and people Flexibility - fluidity Play Action future

1.3.2. Group B Joy Ecosystem No transaction No toxic masculinity Solidarity Sharing Caring relationships

1.3.3. Feedback from local actors Space of production Number of tourists/hotels Criminality - money laundering Smooth city

2. Societal Space

2.1. Session 3 - Societal space: initial ideas of the groups and internal discussion

2.1.1. Group A Overtourism New way of communication Guerilla activism advertisement Not the right story City advertisement

2.1.2. Group B Layered public spaces Rooftop? Trust fund from local businesses - big corps, sex industry, Nutella shops Vacancy research group % of vacant spaces given to social exchange 300 vacant spaces Vacancy visualisation Relational objects in public spaces - open spaces

2.2. Session 3: Societal space - scenarios - how to reach the agendas and public discussion of scenarios

2.2.1. Group A Facts Benefits: 64,1 bil UER Costs: 64,5 Bill EUR 21 Mill tourists 2019 1,7 Mill AirBNB Posters 1,5 below sea level No photos of tourists Europes dirtiest capital Free alcohol zone Arguments Put the data on public posters How is the city portrayed? Collaborations Printing workshops Local printers w 139 Public happenings Making data visible using humuor different ways of communication Public posters campaign Possible scenarios over tourism the neighbourhood is crowded and under pressure Different messages/voices Party Capital Not the full story Look into the regulations Focus on big capital Commentary on public policy - warning signs

2.2.2. Group B Vacancy Research group Immediate future scenario Not too far Scenario Facts Wishes Discussion with votes (13) Budget? (12) Who owns the spaces (11) Public database of vacant spaces (11) Not starting from scratch - work has been done already Visual signage for empty spaces Mapping the area Secluded high spaces - non exclusive - how? Sound in city layers Detective work for owners far away connections with public services and local policy makers donations library Get existing overview from Gemeente Who is in the room Make website where big anonymous owners are uncovered - with name and photo Relational objects in public spaces - public spaces What do we mean by calm Dream out loud Discussion without votes Vacancy visualisation - apart from Funda - non profit % of vacant space given to social production - exchange Gemeente IOS - already existing research Who of the W139 will facilitate this group Research secluded spaces Collaborate more at/within social/art spaces Affordable housing for artists and others W139 as a vacant space Association of onderneemers Radical vacancy - create vacancy Who wants to take initiative? Open space where you dont have to consume Start the map Is it under Platform BK or W139? Close relationship with a legal body (NGO) or What do they need? Find people Research Groups don't come together Relational public open spaces