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About 3 days ago from Martijn de Waal's Twitter via Twitter Web Client
#gamesforcities panelists discuss affordances of games to make complex systems as circular economy concrete & provide horizon for action
About 6 days ago from Martijn de Waal's Twitter via TweetDeck
.@ericbot #gamesforcities: Many citygames are training citizens to become better users of a system. Instead they should question the system.
Paolo Peperini #gamesforcities : Citygames should not model all complexity into a single system, but foreground struggle between actors. 2/2
Last week from Martijn de Waal's Twitter via TweetDeck
Paolo Peperini #gamesforcities : Cities are like coral reefs: a sedimentation left by generations of struggle between various organisms.1/2
Inspirerend gesprek gehad in leiden zuidwest met makers en acteurs van ps theater over hun voorstelling droomland. pstheater.nl/droomland pic.twitter.com/V8X5iRlgaY
Last week from Martijn de Waal's Twitter via Twitter for iPhone
Thx @ericbot & all participants for a productive workshop on #civicmedia research approaches and themes! pic.twitter.com/IfYM8p2LZ7
RT @CAmpatzidou People learn more by designing games than by playing them. Take away lesson from Paolo Pedercini #gamesforcities (My current work =spot on!)
Inspirerend gesprek gehad in leiden zuidwest met makers en acteurs van ps theater over hun voorstelling droomland. pstheater.nl/droomla… pic.twitter.com/V8X5…
Martijn de Waal (1972) is a writer and researcher focussing on the relation between digital media, society and urban culture, with a specific interest in public space and civic media.
He is currently working as a senior researcher at the Lectorate of Play and Civic Media at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.
His most recent books are De Platformsamenleving. Strijd om publieke waarden in een online wereld (2016, in Dutch) and The City as Interface. How New Media Are Changing the City (2014).