(Im)material Resources

In the city we are surrounded by (im)material resources, everywhere and at any time.

Projects in (Im)material Resources

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Focus Week Degrowth

The workshop explored various communication strategies to challenge the global growth imperative

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Other than happy [Anders als glücklich]

The exhibition aims to show the unrest against the exploitation of material and immaterial resources

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Hacking public space towards climate justice

Minimal interventions reflecting the role of public space for young adults

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Croupiers and Croutons – The Climate Casino

Global Players and Climate Sinners gathered around one table to gamble for the climate crisis

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Spotting Treasures in Bełchatów

Concept for a series of interventions and workshops in Bełchatów, a monotown in central Poland

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Fundus Sophienspital

an exhibition against the ‘business as usual’ in the construction industry

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Let's face it!

A Code of Conduct of how to battle climate change

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AZW Care & Repair

A public workspace in the framework of the Vienna Biennale 2017

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Opening Up for Circular Change

Deconstruction and Re-Use of materials within the city development of Vienna

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OMI

OMI is an investigation into the the potentials for Re-use and Urban Mining of construction waste.

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Lost and Found

An Exhibition + a site intervention to enhance the resources of ‘Nordbahnof’.

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We are interested in the following core questions: Which material and immaterial resources can be found in the city? Which are subject to scarcity? Which kind of rescources are considered as valuable and which are not? How can we detect (im)material resources and make them visible and productive? What are the social dimensions of urban mining and how can we contribute to a sustainable urban habitat?