Presentations should look behind the facts and clarify coherencies and trends and visually display spatial and temporal circumstances by tracing the forces driving their development. To master the task, all techniques of visual representation and pictorial media can be employed, but a coherent overall concept should be recognizable in the selection, transformation and presentation of the information.
Some of the possible topical groups that may be developed as main focus areas are:
- Urban Metabolism
- Spatial Structure
- Social Innovations
- Digital City
- Real Estate Industry
The competition entries will be published by the organizers and exhibited in the context of the UN-Habitat III Conference 2016 – the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development – which will take place in Quito, Ecuador, in October 2016.
There is no entry fee for this art competition!
No Entry Fee!
Who can participate? ⇣
The Planetary Urbanism art competition is intended for designers from the fields of architecture, urban and regional planning, environmental planning, graphic, product and media design, statistics, cartography, photography, film and the visual arts; scientists from the fields of art and cultural theory, art education, information and communication sciences, social sciences, economics, environmental sciences and geosciences; and students from both of the above fields. Cooperation in interdisciplinary teams is recommended.