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Partitioning Vulnerabilities: On the Paradoxes of Participatory Design in the City of Malmö

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Författare Erling Björgvinsson
Mahmoud Keshavarz
Publicerad i Vulnerability in Scandinavian Art and Culture
Sidor 247-266
ISBN 978-3-030-37381-8
Förlag Palgrave Macmillan
Förlagsort Cham
Publiceringsår 2020
Publicerad vid HDK-Valand - Högskolan för konst och design
Sidor 247-266
Språk en
Länkar https://link.springer.com/chapter/1...
Ämnesord Participatory design, Projective city, Creative class, Vulnerabilities, Part-taking
Ämneskategorier Konst

Sammanfattning

In this chapter, Björgvinsson and Keshavarz challenge the claims of Scandinavian participatory design in initiating bottom-up change, democratic engagement and overcoming the vulnerabilities of marginal groups. By following its trajectory from its engagement with trade unions in the 1970s to local communities in the 2000s and beyond, the chapter problematizes participatory design’s presuppositions in relation to vulnerabilities associated with different groups. Through analysing a participatory design project where Björgvinsson was involved, the authors show how the call to and the process of participation always happen in an already partitioned world. As such, they argue participation does not necessarily give equal voices to participating parts, as frequently claimed but, rather, produce new parts, ignore certain other parts and lift up particular parts depending on the power relations involved. The chapter concludes that participatory methods not only generate less recognized vulnerabilities, but also ignore the resistance made by vulnerable groups against uneven participation.

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