ALICE

SCAFFOLDS - OPEN ENCOUNTERS WITH SOCIETY, ART AND ARCHITECTURE - INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM, BRUSSELS

   

22-23.11.2018 The symposium aims at creating a place for sharing and discussion on research in architecture and urbanism, artistic practice and studio pedagogy. It does so by reflecting upon epistemological and cognitive strategies and tools used in understanding and shaping our space, from the immediate human body and it’s extensions to the territory. As such, the symposium proposes to explore theoretical, practical and ethical connections that link our ways-of-knowing with the ways-of-doing to be desired for a common future.

The overall theme “Scaffolds – Open Encounters” seeks to enable constructive dialogue between disciplines, educators, students, practitioners, researchers, educational bodies, local communities and curating institutions. The symposium is organised by ALICE lab, an architectural design and research unit at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, with the collaboration of Metrolab Brussels (ULB-UCL), the Research Laboratory for Architecture Theory and the Philosophy of Technics at the Technische Universität Wien, the Chair of Public Building from the Faculty of Architecture and Built Environment of the Technische Universiteit Delft; and The Faculty of Architecture of KU Leuven.

Program :

DAY 1 :

– In Metrolab offices:

Curated Panel Infra. Externalising rationalities – TU Delft

Curated Panel Le rôle des tiers-lieux dans la fabrication de l’espace urbain – Metrolab

– In HOUSE 3,KANAL:

Open Track 1 When Tools Become Instruments: Masterful Articulations in Architecture and the Arts – ATTP TU Vienna, ETHZ CADD

Curated Panel City of the Future – TU Delft

Keynote Luc Deleu

DAY 2 :

– In World Trade Center Tower 1:

Open Panel 2 City, Civility and the Post-Political Models of Freedom and Conflict – University of Applied Sciences, north west Switzerland

Curated Panel Project Global – Berlage

– In HOUSE 3, KANAL:

Open Track 3 Cognitive and Sensory Strategies for Understanding and Shaping our Environment – ALICE

Curated Panel HORIZONTAL ACT: play with POETICS OF VALUE without being afraid to burn your fingers – KU Leuven

Keynote Vera Bühlmann

Participants : Filip Geerts, Ilmar Hurkxkens, Marc Schoonderbeek, Alper Alkan, Marine Declève et Anna Ternon, Stéphane Damsin, Pierre Pevée, Petra Pferdmenges, Chloé Salembier, Bernard Declève, Nick Mols, Riccardo Villa, Eva Beke, Emmanuelle Chiappone-Piriou, Marianna Charitonidou, Roberto Cavallo, Bart Mispelblom Beyer, Lars van Hoften, Marta M Roy Torrecilla, Oscar Vos, Paul Holmquist, Amir Djalali, Peter Ortner, Shintaro Miyazaki, Francelle Cane, Hanne Van Reusel, Salomon Frausto, Sanne van den Breemer, Alberto Guena, Jesse Honsa, Leonardo Impett, Sofia Hosszufalussy, Federico De Matteis, Uri Wegman, Gérald Ledent, Renske Maria van Dam, Annelise Alice De Smet, Marc Godts, Brady Burroughs, Luc Deleu, Vera Bühlmann.

More informations on:

https://scaffolds2018.epfl.ch

http://kanal.brussels/fr/evenements/scaffolds-0

https://www.civa.brussels/fr/expos-events/being-pedagogy

Credits : ALICE EPFL​​​​​​​ : Dieter Dietz, Dario Negueruela, Aurélie Dupuis, Julien Lafontaine, Agathe Mignon, Laurent Chassot

Partners : CIVA, KANAL-Centre Pompidou, KU Leuven, Metrolab Brussels, TU Vienna, TU Delft, The Berlage, ULB Faculté d’Architecture La Cambre Horta, Max Planck Institut Für Kunstgeschichte

photos © Elena Chiavi/ EPFL

   

   

   

   

   

   

   

  

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