On Monday we had another great line-up of external speakers.
Kovács Budha Tamás and Tábori András presented their Urban Archeology project which trackes the traces of history left in public spaces. Their project put a focus on small little details that are invisible for the naked eye.
Molnár Zsolt, one of our contributors presented his awesome project 365 Budapest that collects street numbers throughout Budapest. As he explained it took over a year to capture all the photos and he rode appr. 3500 kilometres to do so. Respect!
Our last speaker was Rudy J. Luijters who introduced his mapping projects that deal with historical landscape, rural architecture and even urban environment with a great touch of sensibility.
After the talks Annelys reflected on the works that have been already done.