A "subjective" map is a map created by a group of inhabitants, through workshops led by Catherine Jourdan, psychologist and documentary artist.
This map represents a group's vision of its own territory, of the city at a given time. It is not based on actual data (such as distance, arrangement and social function of a territory ...) but rather on the impressions of inhabitants.
Snapshot of the city, the subjective map is a pretext to tell others about its neighborhoud, its territory, its paths. Speaking about the self and the other, the map tells and imagines a singular way to live a territory together.
This is about highlighting a sensitive geography, perfectly accurate or inaccurate, independent, personal and collective, and make it public through a map which will then be printed and made public in the city communication spaces.
Catherine Jourdan will lead two workshops with inhabitants of Neder-Over-Hembeek and Laeken.
7 > 12 December 2015
This workshop is adressed to inhabitants of Neder-Over-Hembeek
18 > 22 January 2015
This workshop is adressed to inhabitants of Laeken
Dates to be confirmed.
Encounters/exchanges between both groups will be organised, dates to be yet determined.
Following these workshops, Catherine Jourdan will gather visions and ideas of both groups to achieve a common map which will then be printed and posted in various places of the City.
Kim Vanvolsom of CIFAS: email@example.com or +32 494 30 49 40
Pierre Jacqumain of Maison de la Création: firstname.lastname@example.org or +32 497 49 69 47
Project by CIFAS, with the help of Maison de la Création. With the support of the City of Brussels, PAC- Régionale de Bruxelles, the Service of the French speaking Government of Brussels. This activity is part of the proejct «Chants des pistes», shared analysis of the territory by Maison de la Création, supported by the Contrat de Quartier Durable Bockstael (Laeken)
Lunch offered everyday.
Sunbscriptions before Tuesday 1st of December 2015 for workshop I (Neder-Over-Hembeek) by email: email@example.com
Workshop II: 18 > 22.01.2016