Human Cities: Places To Be

Result

An international jury selected 30 projects out of 75. This visual material (ex: photographical reporting, video, creation of urban objects, etc.) will constitute the core of the “Place to be” exhibition which will be shown in the public space, in the Bozarshop our some of them at the CINEMATEK in Brussels during the Human Cities Festival. These visuals which integrate the vision of Human Cities will enhance the understanding of the concept of Human Cities by a larger public.

Nina Artioli & Tspoon environment architecture (Italy)
Cristina de Almeira (United-States)
Martin Bricelj (Slovenia)
Stephanie Carleklev (Sweden)
Sofie Van Bruystegem (Belgium)
Baita Design (Brazil)
BLUUB (Belgium)
Ryan Park, Gia L. Daskalakis (United-States)
Swati & Shruti Janu (India)
Petra kempf (United-States)
Avi Laiser (Israel)
Beate Lendt (Netherlands)
Orna Marton (Israel)
Matt McKenna (United Kingdom)
Markus Miessen (Germany)
Hana Miletic (Belgium)
Christina & Paula (Portugal)
Christopher Patten (United-States)
Nicolo Piana (Italy)
Collectif Prostoroz (Slovenia)
Françoise Schein (France)
Taketo Shimohigoshi (Japan)
José Luis Torres (Quebec)
Lucile Soufflet (Belgium)
Gijs Van Vaerenbergh (Belgium)
Irena Paskali (Germany)
Schuichiro Yoshida (Japan)
Fédérica Zama (Italy)

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Overview

Visualizing human perception and appropriation of urban public spaces

Category Award / Competition Result / Open to Students
Type International, Award, Open, Single-Stage, Onymous
Genre Cityscape, Environment
Country Brussels, Belgium
Registration Deadline 9 October 2009 GoogleCal iCal
Submission Deadline 9 October 2009 (Must be Received)
Eligibility All
Target Field The projects created between 2004 and 2010

Description
The call for entries is open to any person conceiving and producing visual material (be it photographs, documentary, fiction films, etc) whose subject is in any way related to cities, from environmental design to anthropology and all associated disciplines in between : architecture, landscape architecture and design, planning, urban design, lighting design, graphic design, public or urban art, sociology, anthropology and geography.
This event, made possible with the support of the 2007-2013 European Union Culture programme, is meant to exhibit pertinent visuals which integrate the vision of Human Cities in order to enhance the understanding of the concept of Human Cites by a larger public. This visual material (ex: photographical reporting, video, creation of urban objects, etc.) will constitute the core of an exhibition which will be shown in the different partner cities.

Jury
Not yet announced

Prize
Exhibition

Entry Fee
None

Entries
A printed A4/A3 document describing the project and images (preferably printed on A3) and a CD Rom and a word document of no more than 1000 characters

Submission Address
Pro Materia
Creative Space Kreon-Pro Materia
Rue de la Chancellerie - Kanselarijstraat 19
B- 1000 Brussels

Timetable
The Exhibition: Spring 2010 in Brussels

Organizer
HUMAN CITIES

Official Website
http://www.humancities.eu/actions/