The new issue 'Art and Activism in Public Space' has been launched in Barcelona, as part of the SkypeLab Sympolab at RMIT Europe, Media-TIC located in the 22@ Innovation District.
The launch of the new issue 'Art and Activism in Public Space' took place at RMIT Europe, Media-TIC, Level 5, Room 3,117 Carrer de Roc Boronat, located in the 22@ Innovation District, on November 21 at 6.00pm. It was introduced by Estanislau Roca Blanch, Vice Rector of Infrastructure and Architecture at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) in Barcelona, together with our Editor in Chief Luisa Bravo and our Guest Editor and Member of the Scientific Committee Maggie McCormick.
The SympoLab is a symposium and laboratory dialogue between a multidisciplinary group of academics, artists, PhD candidates and urban thinkers on the impact of digital screen mediation on contemporary identity and spatial knowledge. 22 invited academics, artists, designers, architects, PhD candidates, students and urban thinkers from Australia, Germany, Spain, Italy, Norway and Japan are participating in the 22@Barcelona Sympolab: 100 Questions symposium and Mapping the Unmappable laboratory.
SkypeLab is supported by the Baden-Württemberg Foundation, Germany and is presented in cooperation with the Goethe Institut Australien, RMIT University research group CAST (Contemporary Art and Social Transformation) and the Reutlingen University RRI (Reutlingen Research Institute).