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Mapping the commons of São Paulo

Mapping the Commons of São Paulo took place in two different moments in 2014 and 2015, both in SESC Pompeia, a factory converted in cultural center by architect Lina Bo Bardi. The first workshop was organized in the context of ENCONTRO AVLAB Artemidia e Tecnopolitica na esfera do Procomún curated by Daniel Gonzalez Xavier. The second workshop was a parallel activity in the context of the exhibition MULTITUDE curated by Lucas Bambozzi.

The activity was based on the Mapping the Commons methodology previously developed in workshops conducted in Athens, Istanbul, Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte. The workshop bring together a group of 30 activists, PhD students, and researchers from different disciplines - architecture, arts, media, literature and social sciences.

The results of the project include a short video summary, a set of Interviews and an videoinstallation at SESC Pompeia in the context of exhibition MULTITUDE.

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