62 publications matching keyword "Représentations"
04/01/2014 - 10:18
In Brut (“Crude”), Dalibor Frioux imagines a time in the near future when Norway - its coffers stuffed with petro-crowns - floating in the midst of a world in crisis, impoverished and deprived of mobility due to a lack of oil – whose price has risen to 310 dollars a barrel.
03/17/2014 - 19:29
Tokyo Counter-Currents is a three-month photography campaign, beginning with the slowness of the Trans-Siberian railway and ending in the frenzy of Tokyo. Led by photographer Sylvie Bonnot, the project aims to capture the unique choreography of Japanese crowds in built urban spaces. Discover her work on our virtual gallery: Artistic Lab.
03/04/2014 - 10:26
Mobility is so much more than going from A to B. Socially, it has a well-explored ‘dark side’, but there are many pragmatic and creative aspects familiar to designers that should not be overlooked by policy-makers, says Ole Jensen.
02/27/2014 - 13:53
Put in this way, the answer seems fairly obvious. And yet, it is an important debate that continues – even today. Indeed, in local political milieus it is still common to hear talk of the need to build highways to improve access to regions, thus allowing for their development. From where does this stance originate?
02/27/2014 - 10:49
A controversy in France surrounding plans to build an airport at Notre-Dame-Des-Landes (Loire Region) underlines that transport infrastructure is an area where public and more private interests come into conflict.
01/20/2014 - 12:27
01/13/2014 - 17:39
Ten years after On the move, which investigated the issue in terms of the struggle between transportation authorities and an association of users, three French geography students question the meaning of Los Angeles’ transportation policies. Discover the results of the project and the controversy between Jean Leveugle and Lucile Waquet on the modal choice at stake.
12/17/2013 - 18:10
Shall we study the mobilities of the rich or those of the poor? How to understand the super-rich's virtual and material flows in relationship with those of the rest of the world population? Discussion between a Spanish sociologist and a French philosopher.