Kitchen Budapest has been supporting the work of young people since 2007, working in the intersection of art and technology with a renewed social approach. We aim to provide and spread innovative collaboration-teaching methodologies. We encourage young talents’s work, supporting them with knowledge sharing and resources.
Kitchen Budapest has been supporting the work of young people since 2007, working in the intersection of art and technology with a renewed social approach. We aim to provide and spread innovative collaboration-teaching methodologies. We encourage young talents’s work, supporting them with knowledge sharing and resources. Our projects exhibited in the framework OFF-Biennále Budapest also present interventions enhancing community corporations and utilize or build on data gained from social media sources. Understanding our economy based on the Internet, as well as establishing regulations to maintain the perseverance of its freedom is essential for the the development and extension of democratic norms. Kitchen Budapest seeks and supports thinkers, artists, engineers, whose work strengthens these processes, by asking important questions, pointing out problems with the use of their projects.
The application MISTO seeks to support the everydays of young people, moving to the city to study and sharing the same apartment, by increasing the efficiency of housework management. Creators: Anna Naszádi, András Juhsáz, Ádám Sándor, Gábor Labbancz, Anita Erőss
Shoka.me strives to improve cooperation between cyclists and car drivers. Creators: Dániel Falus, Patrik Makrai, István UmenhOFFer
Rites builds a virtual space by using private videos uploaded to YouTube. Creators: András Molnár, Tamás Marquetant, Tamás Páll, Iván Rohonyi, Márton Tibor Tóth
The project Formátum (Format) collects, reviews and analyzes successful formats that are characteristic to new economic trends. Project leader: Attila Bujdosó
Social design cookbook – English language workshop
Workshop description: At this workshop participants will “cook” new collaborative-cooperative formats. Necessary “ingredients” will be provided by The Format Project—an ongoing research project on replicable formats of cooperation. It explores widely adopted models and practices of collaborative knowledge production, sharing, collective action and decision making. Participants of this workshop will be guided through the creation of such formats with a focus on their success, sustainability and replicability.
Interactivity: In the workshop we “cook up” new collaborative-cooperative formats by using “ingredients” necessary—as identified by our research—to the success and sustainability of such formats. Next to that, we use the concept of “motivation architecture” as a design tool to explore, describe and design the motivational-contributional balance of participants in collaborative processes. Hands-on workshop with active involvement of participants. Sketching on Post-Its, breaking down into smaller groups, reporting back, etc.