About Beyond Social
Beyond Social is an international and collaborative research and publishing platform on social art and design. It connects professionals and students from different fields of expertise. It is a platform for trial and error, for sharing knowledge, projects, visions and opinions in order to find out what is needed to feed social practices and take them into a next stage.
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13:34, 8 March 2017
- 09:17, 4 June 2017 Playing With Your Food (hist) [3,355 bytes] Sarena van Dijk (Playing With Your Food to improve self-confidence and environmental awareness in a playful and fun way)
- 04:46, 17 March 2017 =Rotterdamse Munt= (hist) [4,955 bytes] Thijsmeindertsma (Created page with "Bij mij in de buurt, tussen Afrikaanderwijk en Kop van Zuid ligt de stadskruidentuin Rotterdamse Munt. Deze kruidentuin is gestart op een braakliggend terrein in het ontwikkel...")
- 04:15, 15 March 2017 Afval the Game - By Myra Rolaff (hist) [3,962 bytes] MyrRol (Alles over Afval the game)
- 10:21, 14 March 2017 The artist is present (hist) [3,636 bytes] Ninacatharina (Created page with "'''Review''' “The Artist is Present” by Marina Abramovic Door ''Nina Catharina Markus'' Marina Abramovic, misschien wel the godmother van de performance, bracht in 2010...")
- 13:30, 8 March 2017 Humanae (hist) [6,953 bytes] Aayukat (Created page with "Humanae is “work in progress” project by Brazilian photographer angelica dass. The project Intends to make an inventory of the spectrum of different human skin color. Ther...")
Each editorial is a collection of different articles, carefully selected to emphasise a certain issue, topic or theme and guided by a text by the curator to read articles in a new way. More info here.
Check the program info The Art of the Inclusive City
- Design Matters: LEAP Dialogues from Issue #2 (July 2016)
- The New Rotterdam Folk Story by Aron Dijkstra, from Issue #2 (July 2016)
- Long-Term Engagement: The Cloudfactory by Bori Fehér and Daniel Barcza (July 2016)
- Fortresses are for Losers from Issue #3 (December 2016)