How can we make visible the interconnectedness between local actors in neighbourhoods? And could this visualization inspire new, productive relations? In their installation, architects Bodil Eiterstraum and Tyra Matilda Rex will display their research findings on neighbourhood dynamics within Musicon. This method of investigation builds upon their prior exploration conducted in Kødbyen, Copenhagen, as a part of the Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx).
During their research project titled "Symbiotic Commons", Rex and Eiterstraum looked into the untapped potential of utilizing local materials and by-products among actors in Kødbyen. Through data collection and analysis, their project uncovered the intricate interplay between the built environment and its actors, revealing prospects for symbiotic and circular relationships among the area's diverse eateries and shops.
Continuing their distinctive approach of integrating observation, dialogues, and artistic creation, Bodil and Matilda's installation highlights actors and their interconnectedness within the boundaries of Musicon. By offering insight into the individuals and activities shaping the neighbourhood, the installation strives to cultivate a heightened social awareness regarding the area's intrinsic value. Furthermore, it aspires to stimulate meaningful discussions concerning the future evolution of Musicon
The workshop will be hosted by:
Tyra Matilda Rex, Architect MAA. Studio: Material Matters
Bodil Eiterstraum, Architect MAA. Studio: Radical Transformation
This event is in English.