The art project is part of a larger research project at KTH Royal Institute of Technology and Stockholm University; “Multimodal Communication for Participatory Planning and Decision Analysis: Tools and Process Models”.
In this context the following papers that relate to the art project have been published:
K. Hansson, L. Ekenberg, M. Danielson, J. G. Fürst, A. Larsson, and T. Liljenberg, “Prototyping for Participatory Democracy: Fine Arts as Means for the Study of Multi-modal Communication in Public Decision Making,” proceedings of The Interactive Media Arts Conference IMAC 2011 – The Unheard Avantgarde, 2011, p. 5.
K. Hansson, L. Ekenberg, J. G. Fürst, and T. Liljenberg, “Performing Structure: Fine Art as a Prototype for Participation,” proceedings of ISEA2011 Istanbul, 2011, p. 8.
K. Hansson, Cars, G., Danielson, M., Ekenberg, L., & Larsson, A. (2012). Diversity and Public Decision Making. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, (71), 1678–1683.
K. Hansson (2012). Performing the Common: Recognition in Online Participatory Processes. Licentiate thesis at Stockholm University, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences.
K. Hansson, “Art as participatory methodology,” Tidskrift för Genusvetenskap [Journal for Gender Studies], no. 1, 2013.
K. Hansson, L. Ekenberg, G. Cars, and M. Danielson, “An e-participatory map over process methods in urban planning,” proceedings of Cedem2013: Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government, 2013, p. 12.
K. Hansson and J. Gustafsson Fürst, “Lessons from Husby: transparency, multiple public spheres, an archive,” proceedings of MeTTeG 2013 7th International Conference on Methodologies, Technologies and Tools enabling e-Government, October 17-18, 2013, Vigo, Spain, 2013.
K. Hansson, L. Ekenberg, G. Cars, and M. Danielson, “The importance of recognition for equal representation in participatory processes – Lessons from Husby,” Footprint: Delft architecture theory journal, will be published during 2013.