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Content Production:

doual’art

Place du Gouvernement,
Douala, Camerun
+237 2 33 43 32 59
doualart@doualart.org

 

SUPSI University of applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland

Department for Environment Constructions and Design Laboratory of visual culture

Part of the content of this website have been produced in the frame of the scientific research Mobile Access to Knowledge: cultural and safety in Africa. Documenting and assessing the impact of cultural event and public art on urban safety (Mobile A2K), a project conceived by Iolanda Pensa, coordinated by the Laboratory of visual culture (LCV) of SUPSI, supported by lettera27 Foundation and co-funded by the Swiss Network for International Studies (SNIS).

Part of the content of this website has been published in the book:

Public Art in Africa. Art et transformations urbaines à Douala /// Art and Urban Transformations (2017) edited by Iolanda Pensa with Marta Pucciarelli, Fiona Siegenthaler, Marilyn Douala Bell, Kamiel Verschuren, Xandra Nibbeling, Lucas Grandin, Asta Adukaite, Maud de la Chapelle and published by MētisPresses (Genève). ISBN 978-2-94-0563-16-6
metispresses.ch/shop/

 

Design e development:

SUPSI University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland
Department for Environment Constructions and Design Laboratory of visual culture

The design and development of this website have been produced in 2017-2018 in the frame of the communication project Culture and Safety in Africa, conceived by Iolanda Pensa, coordinated by the Laboratory of visual culture of SUPSI, and supported by the Agora Program of Swiss National Science Foundation (SNF). People who participated in the design and implementation of the website are: Iolanda Pensa (principal investigator), Marta Pucciarelli (LCV), Giovanni Profeta (LCV), Marco Lurati (LCV), Samanta Martinoli.

Laboratory of visual culture – DACD – SUPSI
Campus Trevano
CH-6952 Canobbio
Switzerland
www.lcv.supsi.ch
+41 (0)58 666 63 85
marta.pucciarelli@supsi.ch

 

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