Workshop | Nov 2015
It Doesn’t Take Much
Genova | Italy

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‘It Doesn’t Take Much!’ workshop aims to prove how minimal interventions can change the perception of spaces and the their usability and how we can trigger spontaneous use of the space with low-cost and easy to implement measures. The workshops intent is to directly intervene in the public space of the historical center of Genova, observing and documenting with documentary film technique, how the interventions effect people’s behaviours.

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It Doesn’t Take Much – Workshop
Location: Genova, Italy
Time: 24-28 November 2015
Tutors: Francesco Garofalo, Daryl Mulvihill (dmau)

Participants: Laura Arrighi, Elisa Barbagelata, Elisabetta Canepa, Marta Carraro, Andrea Caspoli, Chiara Centanaro, Simone Ierardi, Valentina Penna, Emanuela Roascio, Annalisa Stella, Davide Ventura

Abstract: ‘It Doesn’t Take Much!’ workshop aims to prove how minimal interventions can change the perception of spaces and the their usability and how we can trigger spontaneous use of the space with low-cost and easy to implement measures. The workshops intent is to directly intervene in the public space of the historical center of Genova, observing and documenting with documentary film technique, how the interventions effect people’s behaviours.