- What to do in the event of a wreck. Our lab was focused on mapping the precariousness associated with tourism. And suddenly, the pandemic came and we found ourselves locked in a city without tourists.
Our Right to the City Lab is intended as a virtual space where citizens, ordinary people, can express their vision of the reality of Seville. When "what the Sevillians think" is reflected in the media is a mediated version of the voices of the citizenry, delivered by spokespeople belonging to the institutions or minorities closest to the economic and social power.
Our lab is based on the development of a digital map, where through video testimonies, ordinary people will be able to express themselves and expose the issues that really concern them. To do this, we have developed a series of thematic categories that address what we believe to be the main problems that affect our daily lives. Each theme will be launched through a video in which a role model will invite citizens to share their experiences and demands. Each topic will be launched through a video in which an expert on the subject will invite citizens to share their experiences and claims.