• Stefan Dolezal
4. semester, Teknoantropologi, Kandidat (Kandidatuddannelse)
The main theme of this thesis is an exploration of living labs/city labs through practices in two Copenhagen’s spaces. It is investigated how living labs work with tensions between their ideals of engagement, openness to information and at the same time mobilizing resources to ‘pay the rent’ and invest in necessary technology they seek. Further, it is explored how objects in the living labs are formed, and how they are enacted in different situations/practices that can be located in different spatialities. Fieldwork is conducted by application of ethnographic methods via interviews and participation in daily activities. The findings contribute the understanding of living labs by extension of studied dimensions and in-depth practice exploration. Recommendation for future research is the application of such broader set of dimensions on a more extensive number of spaces to be able to contribute for better categorization. And involvement on large-scale of digital methods as post- demographics gains more importance.
Udgivelsesdato18 dec. 2015
Antal sider64
ID: 224149899