Instant Urbanism

  • Kiib, Hans Skaarup (Project Participant)
  • Andersson, Lasse (Project Participant)
  • Marling, Gitte (Project Participant)
  • Morrison, Ann (Project Participant)
  • Kirkegaard, Poul Henning (Project Participant)
  • Marie Bruun Jespersen, Line (Project Participant)
  • Parigi, Dario (Project Participant)
  • Worre Foged, Isak (Project Participant)
  • Olsen, Tina Vestermann (Project Participant)
  • Skouboe, Esben Bala (Project Participant)
  • Sabra, Jakob Borrits Skov (Project Participant)
  • Pedersen, Signe Brink (Project Participant)

Project Details


Instant Urbanism Research Cluster conduct research in the following fields:

Art installations and instant architecture : Urban intervention, relational art, Curatering, Empowerment, Aesthetics of urban art and temporal installations, Temporal structures as architectural drivers.

Mediated Urbanism : Wearable, Pervasive urban art, Urban Media Spaces, application development,

Temporality in Strategic Urban Development : Cultural Planning, Incubator environments, Master planning for temporal use

This cluster include 14 researchers from the department of Architecture and Media technology and Department of Civil Enginering

Within the cluster a range of different projects are conducted including 5 PhD projects.

Milestones 2013 – 2015
Seminar with national and international researchers (April 2013)
Application for the Danish Research Network: Instant Urbanism – Temporal art and Architecture in Urban Environment (September 2013)
Contribution with an art installation at Roskilde Festival (June 2013)
Participation in IMAGES Festival with installation(s) and artist talks (September 2013)
Participation in Conference with papers and poster presentations (April 2014)
Publishing papers in high-ranking journals and publishing houses (2013-2014)
Application for research projects (2013, 2014 and 2015)
Application for money for art installations In urban environments (June 2013)
AcronymInstant U
Effective start/end date01/04/2013 → …


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