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Sustainable motility

16/07/2018

As a researcher of the Living in the Mobility Transition project, I have been thinking about new ways of unpacking the so-called “mobility transitions”, over the past six months. Last month, both at the Royal Geographical Society and the Cosmobilities/T2M annual conferences, I came forward with some ideas, although these are still (very) preliminary and incipient.

Thematics : Lifestyles, Policies, Theories

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Manifesto : Preparing the mobility transition

Mobile Lives Forum

16/07/2018

As the Mobile Lives Forum's website goes live, we present you our manifesto.

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What if walking became public transport’s closest ally?

Mobile Lives Forum

16/07/2018

Discover the results of Marche à suivre, an experimental project of the Mobile Lives Forum. Two study fields, two issues, two ways of promoting walking in combination with public transport.

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Que peut apporter l'art sur les études de la mobilité ?

Mobile Lives Forum

16/07/2018

Le croisement entre démarches scientifique et artistique donne lieu, depuis quelques années, à un nombre croissant de réflexions et de réalisations. Ces investigations se situent essentiellement dans le champ des mathématiques, de la physique ou de la biologie. On compte toutefois quelques mobilisations de l’art dans le champ des sciences humaines et sociales, pour sonder des phénomènes urbains aux côtés des méthodes plus classiques de la géographie et de la sociologie par exemple.

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The surexpression of wander lines

Guillaume Logé

16/07/2018

The study of the wanderings of children with autism carried out by Fernand Deligny’s network over the course of a decade opens up thinking about the determinants of travel, our ability to express our own mobility identity and the invisible at play in our relationship to space and to others. More broadly, it is mobility as an ontological expression that we are called upon to conceive.

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20th of January 2013. Mobile Lives Forum. Introducing an artistic approach within the mobility questions.

Guillaume Logé

16/07/2018

Impressions on the artworks displayed during the International Meetings of the Mobile Lives Forum.

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Mobilities processes in Simon Starling’s work

Guillaume Logé

16/07/2018

Simon Starling’s use of travel acts both as a mirror of the irrational development models of our societies and as an invitation to invent other practices.

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Mobility and mobility capital through the work of Adrian Paci

Guillaume Logé

16/07/2018

The exhibition “Adrian Paci: Vies en transit,” (Paris, February 26-May 12, 2013, organized by Jeu de Paume) offers original perspectives on many aspects of mobility.

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Robert Smithson’s Many Flights

Guillaume Logé

16/07/2018

The death of Robert Smithson in a plane crash in 1973, while flying over one of his works in progress, helped forge the mythical aura of this American artist who, at age 35, left behind a literary and artistic legacy that would deeply impact the art world. Smithson’s flight clearly refers to his last, tragic flight, but above all seems an appropriate way of describing both the general attitude of an artist whose thinking developed as a consequence of a life spent in perpetual motion, and the…

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Accumulations and Wanderings, Interview with Jean-Jacques Lebel (Part II)

Guillaume Logé

16/07/2018

The first part of our interview with Jean-Jacques Lebel showed us how mobility helps us to build our perspective, giving us access to the freedom and autonomy necessary for individuals to manage themselves. The second part of the interview addresses wandering and drifting from the standpoint of social and political emancipation.

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Accumulations and Wanderings, Interview with Jean-Jacques Lebel (Part I)

Guillaume Logé

16/07/2018

Interview with Jean-Jacques Lebel, a major artist and unrivalled actor and witness of some of the most important artistic movements of the second half of the 20th century. His work has an unusual relationship with mobility, addressing it simultaneously as a learning, creative and liberating process.

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An essential artistic approach? The case of the Industrial Heritage Trail in Germany

Guillaume Logé

16/07/2018

The creation of the Industrial Heritage Trail provided a link between and coherence of the various constituents of the Ruhr territory. The trail is an integral part of the region’s founding identity, on which its conception was based. While intended as a tourist trail, it is also a trail that reflects the virtuous exchange between culture and economic and social development.

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