On 28 May, Archipel, the Bruges Triennial and the Ghent Centre for Global Studies (University of Ghent) invite anthropologist Anna Tsing to give a presentation on her research into invasive species.
With the exhibition in the Grand Seminary, the Bruges triennial offers a historical and theoretical counterpart to the contemporary architecture and art route in the city centre.
The Spanish architectural duo are known for their colourful constructions, often of synthetic materials.
House of Time is a long-term project that was launched by the German architectural firm raumlabor, in
collaboration with local partners such as Brugge(n) voor jongeren and Bolwerk.
The Nigerian architect Kunlé Adeyemi (1976, Lagos) is known internationally for his socio-ecological projects on the African continent.
The Triennial ends with a presentation in the large concert hall of the Concertgebouw by Kunlé Adeyemi, who will talk about his work.
We travel two weeks through the rising sun. A balanced architectural mix of contemporary, traditional and modern. But also culture, nature, art and … the Japanese life are expressly present.
2018 | Meesterschap
Program 2018: Cahier #006 | Meesterschap