Last Wednesday, after close-of-business on a workshop for research ethics in the Internet sector, I had the possibility of organizing a brief yet intense presentation of the pibinko.org network at Piola Libry, in Brussels, Belgium.
This followed our participation in early April to the final conference of the DITOs project, and various on- and off-line meetings where the pibinko.org network, and especially its Metalliferous Hills Jug Band version, is active on the topic of participatory investigation and community engagement.
More in general, this event was part of our line of Spring situations, which you find gradually announced on pibinko.org/calendar, and then documented more in detail on https://www.pibinko.org/notizie
More or less from left to right:
- A Tattistampa” business card (hand made)
- The Langscape article on ten years of open innovation in the Farma Valley, triggered by the palla a 21 mission to Chicago
- A palla a 21 o palla eh! ball
- Drum brushes to play with the Jug Band dalle Colline Metallifere (Metalliferous Hills Jug Band)
- Chioccolo built by Edo Giacomelli in the Seventies in Ribolla (Southern Tuscany)
- Poster for the geomusical tour of the JBCM in Germany, via Politecnico di MilanoManifesto della tournée geomusicale della Jug Band dalle Colline Metallifere in Germania via Politecnico di Milano
- Anoter palla a 21/palla eh! ball
- A buiometria partecipativa sticker
- Giù la testa CD by Etruschi from Lakota
- Mechanical parts produced by the BM factory in Torniella
- buiometro (sky quality meter)
- book on Monte Cassino
- book on Woody Guthrie (from which Dario Canal and Mirio Tozzini produced a musical reading)
- apricot juice by Bartoli Loriano
- aubergine cream with chili pepper by Bartoli Loriano
- article on the export version of the Farma Valley Winter Fest in Florence
- article on the Third Farma Valley Winter Fest
- Poster for the event with Politecnico di Milano in the Farma Valley (May 11, 2019)
- Farma Valley Community map, version 3
Not in the picture:
- A “panforte” (medieval cake from Siena, used to demonstrate an ancient game, andh then gobbled up by the players)
- Cavallucci (another medieval biscuit from the Siena area)
- Salame with Porcino mushroom, from Boccheggiano
- Pecorino cheese from Massa Marittima
- Less local pecorino cheese (but produced near our area)
- White Léllero (vermentino az. Bartoli Loriano)
It is interesting to note the evolution of the “catalog” from one event to the other (check out here what we presented in Florence at the end of February).
Putting together the map base and the thematic data, plus the personal background of the participants, we were able to draw an interesting picture, ranging from the definition of “Maremma” , to the role of Polish troops during the Monte Cassino operation, to ancient games and state-of-the-art environmental monitoring. We also had a surprise ending with some Sicilian flair.
For the musical part, in the absence of instruments, and not wanting to delve into body percussion, we showed some videos of the Jug Band dalle Colline Metallifere, also to promote the imminent tour to Milano and Germany.
Thanks to Piola Libri for hosting the event, and to Alberto B. for suggesting the location.
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