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Living labs are an experimental research method between real life and the laboratory. They can prompt people to relate to possible technological futures and enable ethnographic studies of not just recent pasts but also people's engagements with possible futures.
In this seminar, PhD scholar Andreas Brandt will present his ongoing ethnographic work where he investigates the effects of Vejle Municipality’s appropriation of resilience as a strategy of the future to tackle climate changes.
Living Labs as ethnographic interventions
Projektet er støttet af Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond og løber fra 2018-2023. Læs mere om projektbevillingen hos forskningsfonden.
The aim of this workshop is to explore the knowledge practices and methodologies implied in living labs. And to discuss how living labs can be employed in ethnographic research.