18 November 2015
co+labo radović intense co+labo November continues: Bologna+Nicosia+izakaya:snaps 7,8
The visit from University of Cyprus brought to co+labo a very interesting lecture by professors Maria Hajosoteriou and Angela Kyracou-Petrou, and a series of site collaborative visits and discussions between co+labo students and their colleagues from Nicosia.Particularly intense was Tuesday. The day started by co+labo's Sano Satoshi's presentation of the recent projects from Eureka.
Maria Hajosoteriou and Angela Petrou presented their research and research-led teaching, which focuses at mapping and ideas about alternative, better and (un)likely futures for some extremely complex - rich and beautiful, but at the same time intense and sad - urban situations in Cyprus.
Joint teams visited some of the co+labo research sites, exploring together places as diverse as Kichijoji, Musashi Kosugi, Jiyugaoka, Kitajukken Gawa, Kikuzaka, Isezakicho, and discussing those diverse urbanities of Tokyo there, on the sites ...
... and taking discussions to izakayas ...
and then back to co+labo and Keio's Yagami Camus:
... ending with discussions about future collaboration between Keio, co+laboradović and University of Cyprus, Nicosia and - a group photo.