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09 June

“What is the mood of the city, especially in the post-Covid recovery era?” How do people provide visual, audible, and textured data to their local governments to help revitalize after long confinements? How can people from different walks of life share their impressions to generate a meaningful and representative sensory montage of the city? How can moodboarding help you to explore not only how people feel about your city in the present but also what it can become in the future?

To answer these questions, Annette Markham will be organizing workshops with a local focus on three global cities. Why Moodboarding? The moodboard, commonly used in disciplines such as design or marketing, is a social science method to facilitate collaboration and open participation. Produces visually oriented stories of lived experience focused on sensory elements. Beyond its process as a non-verbal exploratory analysis, it adds richness and depth to numerical data, which is automatically extracted from geolocation systems, IoT sensors, and more.


Organized by: RMIT University / RMIT PlaceLab

Sala K of the Disseny Hub Barcelona (Pl. de les Glòries, 37-38)
Sala K of the Disseny Hub Barcelona (Pl. de les Glòries, 37-38)