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15-17. 11. 2013 + future urban intensities @Keio University Hiyoshi & Yagami Campus


DAY 1

FRIDAY, 15.11 @bldg#16, 3F YAGAMI CAMPUS

12.45-

meet at Hiyoshi, together for a lunch...

13.00-

lunch (only to accredited participants)

14.30-

Darko Radovic, Satoshi Honda : welcome

14.45-

Darko Radovic: introduction to Mn M2013 Symposium

15.00-

plenary session 1 (45 presentations + break) Ben Highmore : Urban Moodscapes - Feelings, Spaces, Lorenzo Tripodi : Re-presenting Place - Urban Reconnaissance Darko Radovic : The Scream, the Shadow and the Mirror Asia derive team : 3 Urban Drifts - Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore

15-17. 11. 2013 + future urban intensities @Keio University Hiyoshi & Yagami Campus

18.00-

pleary session 2 (15 presentations + break) 1 Satoshi Honda : Measurable and non-Measurable intensities 2 Oriol Clos : Intensity without density 3 Hidekawa Hontani : Measuring a Hierarchical Structure of the Shape of a Contour Figure by using a Crystalline Flow 4 Soya Oikawa : Urban Research flaneurie 5 Masa Inakage : Serendipity, connectivity, and urban experience

Mn M Symposium 1 was held Tokyo 2011. An expert group of architects, urbanists and engineers, practitioners and academics from ten cities in Asia Australia and Europe, focused at key phenomena which define cities in which they live and work. Those discussions were published as Mn M Workbook 1: Intensities in Ten Cities (2013). Thirty keywords and phrases, formulated by the Symposium 1, have put the notion of urban intensity at the epicentre of Mn M discussions. Mn M Symposium 2 (2012), took a workshop format. Diverse Mn M 1 perspectives were applied to an intense investigation of the Japanese capital. Together with a number of colleagues from Tokyo, the Mn M core team has enacted an urbanological test, a methodologically radical experiment inspired by Situationists practice of dérive. The aim was to reach beyond standard data-collection and research practices, in variously sensing, recognizing, identifying and capturing diverse spatial expressions of urban intensity and quality.

19.15-

questions, discussion

19.30-

walk to a working dinner (only to accredited participants)

DAY 2

SATURDAY, 16.11 @bldg#14, B2F YAGAMI CAMPUS

8.30-

a summary of day 1, introduction to day 2

9.00-

poster review, informal discussions, identifying issues, groups

10.30-

plenary session 3(15 presentations + break) 6. Takashi Maeno : Factor Analysis of well-Being and its Apprication 7. Yasue Mitsukura : Bio-signal and multimedia signal processing 8. Tomoyuki Furutani, et al.: Rural Airborne Radiation Monitoring by Unmanned Aerial Vehicle questions, discussion + break 9. Seiichiro Katsuta : Haptics of the Road Environments 10. Takahiro Yakoh : Rhythmical, dizzying or boring street 11. Milica Muminovic : Urban Intensities - a case study from Tokyo 12. Tamao Hashimoto : Mapping of the Body

13.0014.45*17.45-

bento lunch (only to accredited participants) parallel working group discussion 1 - identifying issues, intersections break

19.00-

plenary - reporting from group sessions - Future Urban Intensities

19.00-

announcement of the activiites on day 3

19.45*-

cross-group working dinner(s), somewhere not in Hiyoshi

Mn M Symposium 3 will be held at Keio University in Tokyo, 15-17 November. This event will conclude the Measuring the non-Measurable project, and point at directions for further investigations which emerge from Mn M.

* not open to public

ACCESS

DAY 3

HIYOSHI & YAGAMI CAMPUSES

YAGAMI CAMPUS 15 NOV: DAY① 16 NOV: DAY②

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2

You can see the hill of Yagami campus! steep slope

smoking benches

narrow steps

HIYOSHI STATION

9.00-

a summary of days 1 and 2 : discussions; setting the agenda for day 3

10.00-

Kengo Kuma : A Reflection on Future Urban Intensities

11.00*-

parallel working group discussion 2 ‒ towards synthesis

12.30-

reporting from synthesis sessions - seeds of working theses/papers

13.00-

tree-lined street

HIYOSHI CAMPUS 17 NOV: DAY③ RAIOSHA, 1F SYMPOSIUM SPACE

bento lunch (only to accredited participants)

14.00*-

parallel working group discussion 3 - towards working (hypo)theses

15.30-

plenary - reporting from working group sessions - Mn M (hypo)thesis

16.303

SUNDAY, 17.11 @Raiosha, 1F HIYOSHI CAMPUS

break

16.45-

discussion : towards synthesis

17.45-

Darko Radovic : how not to end Mn M

18.00→ 19.00→

farewell concluding Mn M derive, ending with a dinner, or dinners...

* not open to public HIYOSHI CAMPUS: 4-1-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, 223-8521 YAGAMI CAMPUS: 3-14-1 Hiyoshi, Kouhoku,Yokohama, 223-8521 1 min. walk from Hiyoshi Station (HIYOSHI CAMPUS) 15 min walk from HIYOSHI Station (YAGAMI CAMPUS) HIYOSHI STATION: Tokyu Toyoko Line/Meguro Line/Yokohama Municipal Subway Green Line

CONTACTS Darko Radović: +81 80 4147 2808

Ryoko Iwase: +81 90 6625 8451

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