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Open Source 2010 International Seminar

Open Source 2010 International Seminar

In the different areas of human production, it is curious to note the constitution of global informal networks that work between themselves in a process of sharing and collaboration. From this perspective of creation process, Circo de Ideias – Associação Cultural presents at Suggia Room in Casa da Música, Porto, Portugal, Saturday, June 12 2010, the international seminar OPEN SOURCE, term coined on the definition of software in which original code is shared freely and that can be redistributed with or without modifications.

OPEN SOURCE proposes the reflection on the frontiers of contemporary creation with contributions from architecture, engineering, arts and mathematics. Composed by a set of guided tours, an exhibition, an international seminar and a publication, OPEN SOURCE counts with the special participation of Cecil Balmond, engineer that embodies this kind of thinking and inspires the realization event.

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Sebastian Jordana
Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Open Source 2010 International Seminar" 16 May 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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