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Living a maximum of 30 minutes from work: the hypothesis of a "coherent city"
A child’s education: the hidden challenge for mobile families
The general trend towards liberal logics and neoliberal logics in transition policy
Is mobility the answer to poverty ?
Motility and viscosity: a new understanding of mobility for better policy making
Questioning art and social science crossovers
The future of cars: triumph or decline?
Living environments and leisure mobility: challenging the compact city
Multi-Level Perspective and Theories of Practice: a mistaken controversy?
The Hypothesis of the Mobility Transition
New Mobilities Regimes in Art and Social Sciences - by Suzanne Witzgall, Gerlinde Vogl and Sven Kesserlig
The Dynamics of Social Practice: Everyday Life and how it Changes - by Elizabeth Shove, Mika Pantzar and Matt Watson
Mobilization is the action by which individuals are called upon to gather in the public space for a concerted [...]
Zygmunt Bauman (1925 - 2017) was one of the greatest social theorists and public intellectuals of the late [...]
The mobilities paradigm is a way of seeing the world that is sensitive to the role of movement in ordering [...]
Bioregion Ile-de-France 2050
Lifestyles and desired mobilities: laying the foundations for tomorrow
Atypical Lifestyle Choices: an exploratory workshop
The ideal mobility for employee as seen by companies
Ne pas dépasser la ligne !
Slices of (mobile) life
Virtuous mobility: the advantages of the dense city challenged?
Lifestyle and Mobility : what aspirations for the future ?
Making of identities and movement control in transit places
Artistic Lab opens its doors with photographer Sylvie Bonnot
Conference: Which post-oil mobilities?
Que peut apporter l'art sur les études de la mobilité ?
Indian photographer Ishan Tankha has twice ridden alongside travellers on the railway line linking Mumbai, one of the planet's most populated megacities ...
For one month in late 2015, at Ermont-Eaubonne railway station in Ile-de-France, travelers became part of a surprising experiment: an installation composed of hourglasses that reacted to their movements, inviting travelers to take a break in their daily commute to consider the acceleration of daily life. A look at Texel, an experimental project at the crossroads of interactive art and the humanities.
Artist Swann Thommen recorded the sounds of a typical day for six inhabitants of Zurich and Geneva living in downtown or peri-urban areas. He also equipped with a GPS system in order to track their movements. From this were born six six-minute montages, as well as a set of maps, charts and diagrams that visually and acoustically reveal a variety of mobile lifestyles.
The Mobile Lives Forum has commissioned Ai Weiwei to observe and report on the refugee crisis, paying particular attention to how people use their smartphones. New graphic notes (photos and videos), guided tours and analyses will be published on the Forum’s website throughout this year-long project. This virtual exhibition is set within a Mobile Lives Forum research project which you can find here : The Refugee project.
Ferjeux van der Stigghel spent several years travelling around France with “neo-nomads,” photographing these invisible members of society who, outside of the Gypsy or Romani traditions, abandon sedentary living for mobile habitats. A futur lifestyle ? This virtual exhibition is set within a Mobile Lives Forum research project which you can find here : NoLand’s man.
Setting out from Moscow for a slow journey aboard the Trans-Siberian, photographer Sylvie Bonnot travels to Tokyo where she captures the frenzied pace of the megacity's inhabitants, revealing their trajectories and movements in the anonymous flow of the masses. This virtual exhibition is set within a Mobile Lives Forum research project which you can find here : Counter-Currents– Tokyo.
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Urban Ethnography: Senses, Rhythms and Practices
Gendering smart Mobilities in the Nordic Region
Refugees Welcome? The politics of hospitality and care in Turkey and Europe
RGS-IBG 2017: Transport, Sustainable Cities and Transit Oriented Development
“Zebras” in combat against urban chaos in La Paz
Rethinking the sharing of urban traffic areas: the case of Ouagadougou
Matatus... is small-scale transportation becoming trendy?