The city of Antwerp faces an extraordinary challenge with the partial covering of its dense ring road. The vast creation of new land in the middle of a vibrant city is enthralling. We here insist to imagine how Ringland could be governed as a Commons.
Social Innovation and the arts: the role of plasticity
INSIST 2 explores how a plasticity approach to social innovation can offer unique perspectives to deconstruct the emphasis on
(rational) language as a mode of communication and co-construction and to explore alternative modes of expression to build personal and collective identities for the future.
Within context of Landschapspark Zuidrand a slow paths network has been used as a lever to create access to open land in a highly fragmented suburban area. There is an need to accelerate this process of recommoning through the upscaling of the network by improving its (mental) perception.