In his latest book Filip Canfyn explains a link between the spatial living behavior and the associated policy or non-policy, in other words, the allotement in Flanders and, secondly, the sociological the groundcurrent and the corresponding attitude, in other words, the middleclass-ization.
For the third time we organize a workshop within the context of Art Day for Children. On that day families with children up to 12 years can enjoy art everywhere in Flanders and Brussels.
Balancing on the line between art and architecture both architects are mainly engaged in experimentation, reflection, and physical engagement with the final result and input from the viewer.
A generation architects , graduated at St. Lucas in 1974 and all tutors say farewell: Paul Robbrecht, Marie-José Van Hee, Marc Dubois, Jan Maenhout, Luc Devos, William Lievens, Paul Lievevrouw, Francis Glorieux and Martin Herman. Also Christian Kieckens, Marc Felix & Gilbert Decouvreur, who taught for years at the institute, are part of this generation. Engineers as Guy Mouton and Patrick Lints joined the team.
Panel Discussion “Exhibiting Architecture à la manière the …”: roundtable on the issues and their own “ways of” exhibiting Belgian architects, artists and curators.
Lepik worked for many years as a curator at the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, where he made interesting retrospectives about Renzo Piano, AMO/OMA and Oswald Mathias Ungers. The focus includes the setting context as a condition for creating architecture exhibitions.
Conversation between Moritz Küng and prof. Wouter Davidts about exhibiting architecture on the basis of the exhibition series 35m3 and the competition for the Venice Architecture Biennale 2008 in which radical exhibition formats were developed.
Despite the almost elemental relationship between the film and the urban, there are surprisingly few attempts to map the relationship between the cinematic representations of the urban space and the social, material and inhabited areas in which they are embedded.
McGowan advocates a creative-critical approach when working with museum collections, which questions and twists the embedded logic of the “art museum” from the inside.
Today’s children will face throughout their lives issues as energy, environment and sustainability. We build with the children a fantasy city, by using recyclable materials as a future important commodities!