Urban movements in the Nordic countries increasingly rely on a variety of freely available mundane digital technologies to self-organize around issues of common interest (Saad-Sulonen & Horelli 2017). The aim of the poster is to present the results of an explorative case study on the use of digital artefacts by a self-organizing urban movement, the National Urban Park to Helsinki (NUPH). The digital artefact ecology, expanded through collaborations with city authorities, can be considered as playing a key role in, first, getting stakeholders involved, and then, opening the way for the potential appropriation of significant spaces of mobility, including streets, trails, and waterways.
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
|Event||City Street 3 - Notre Dame University, Zouk Mosbeh, Lebanon|
Duration: 30 Oct 2018 → 3 Nov 2018
|Conference||City Street 3|
|Location||Notre Dame University|
|Period||30/10/2018 → 03/11/2018|
- Artefact ecology