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Digital Cities

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Transcript of Digital Cities

Spyridon Ampanavos | Metaxia Markaki
PUBLIC
REALM
MUTATIONS
CONCLUSIONS
INTR
Arendt
Foucault
Simmel
"polis" = public

"oikos" = idiotis (idiot)

a community cannot exist without privacy
Alexander & Chermayeff
the social space as a sequence of enclosures


with their own laws
Mark Francis
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public space = a participatory landscape
Hegel
public space = a field of political action
public space =

an "impersonal field of codified
and exchangeable informational flow"
Sennet
a multi-layered field of ambiguity, exchange,
informality and subjectivity where
the individuals can play different roles,
in the theater of the world
A. Public Torque to Private
B. Private Torque to Public
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Towards a new identity of public space
Digital Cities
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