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An Alternative Future

Conferência «Arte e Arquitetura entre Lisboa e Bagdade»

Quando

25 outubro 2018 – 26 outubro 2018
17:00 até 20:00

Onde

Edifício Sede – Auditório 3
Av. de Berna, 45A , Lisboa
217 823 000
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«An Alternative Future» apresenta uma conferência com um arquiteto de renome. No dia seguinte, será realizada uma apresentação e discussão de cinco coletivos de arquitetos criativos selecionados no call for ideas da Future Architecture Platform, seguido de debate aberto com o público. Os coletivos são convidados a refletir sobre os temas da exposição Arte e Arquitetura entre Lisboa e Bagdade e a partilhar as suas investigações e o seu trabalho à luz de um pensamento interdisciplinar que responda aos desafios emergentes dos diálogos entre o Oriente e o Ocidente, com enfoque específico no Médio Oriente e o conflito que aí se vive.

Esta é uma iniciativa da Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian enquanto membro da Future Architecture Platform, projeto cofinanciado pela União Europeia no Programa Europa Criativa.

 


 

Programa
 
25 outubro

17:00 – 18:15
Conferência Negotiating Conflict
Com Mohamad Hafeda

Esta conferência explora os processos artísticos como forma de negociar condições espaciotemporais nas fronteiras do Médio Oriente.

Hafeda is an artist, a designer and a writer. He is a founding partner of Febrik, a collaborative platform for participatory art and design research working on the dynamics of urban space in relation to unrepresented groups. He is a senior lecturer in architecture at the Leeds School of Architecture. He taught architecture and design at Westminster University, London Metropolitan University, Lebanese American University and American University of Beirut.

Hafeda holds a PhD degree in Architectural Design from the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. He is the co-editor of Narrating Beirut from its Borderlines (Heinrich Böll Foundation, 2011), and Febrik’s projects Creative Refuge (Tadween, 2014) and Action of Street/Action of Room: A Directory of Public Actions (Serpentine Galleries, 2016).

He is currently working on an authored book titled Negotiating Conflict in Lebanon: Bordering Practices in a Divided Beirut (I.B. Tauris, forthcoming). Febrik works on site-specific projects and collaborates with local communities, NGOs and cultural institutions. Their projects include residencies and exhibitions at the Serpentine Galleries, South London Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum, Mosaic Rooms, and Architecture Biennale Rotterdam.

 

Mohamad Hafeda

 

26 outubro

17:00 – 19:30
Apresentação e discussão de cinco coletivos de arquitetos 
Moderador: Mohamad Hafeda

 

Architecture vs Politics
TAB Collective: Wilhelm Scherübl, ThereseLeick, Philippe Jans e Charles Rauchs

Society is in a constant transition. From space to space, city to city or continent to continent. As people from the western parts of the world, this movements nearly have no restrictions. We think of the world as a space we can move around as we wish, often forgetting that it is a privilege. The possibility of moving creates our perception of space. An individual reality is created by experiences, memories and desires - this perception is often limited by spatial rules, political restrictions and various limitations.

 

 

Therese Leick  

Wilhelm Scherübl

 

Charles Rauchs      

 

Philippe Jans  

 

The Political Church
Martin Pohl e Michael Kraus

The Political Church investigates how we approach contested heritage and convert it into readable objects in post-conflict debates. By linking various sites of unwanted, politically charged or differently contested architecture and spaces we enable a shift towards an active and continuous form of exchange. Reflecting on the interdependence between the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and Baghdad we'd like to foster a broader awareness of what actually makes buildings “political“.

 

Martin Pohl                                                                                                 

Michael Kraus

 

If These Walls Could Talk
RESOLVE: Akil Scafe-Smith, Maisha Scafe-Smith e Gameli Ladzekpo

Today, with most of Earth’s population in cities and closer together than ever, separation, exclusion, and marginalization are paradoxically some of our most pressing social and spatial issues. Reflecting on a selection of our built, theoretical, and prospective projects, we will look critically at the utility of temporary spatial interventions in deconstructing the boundaries that divide us.

 

Gamel Ladzekpo                                                                                           

Maisha Scafe-Smith             

Akil Scafe-Smith           

 

In Articulo Mortis
Tania Tovar Torres

There they lie, sitting over apparent rock. Only their memory knows what they hold inside. Looking at them, they transform in a multitude of colors and times, for they have been in many different eyes. They are only memory and the remembrance locked in someone else’s mind. In a place where uncertainty rules over the land, only the memories of those iconic buildings standing in the dessert are left behind. For looking at their stories before their sudden demise is the only way to keep them alive. 

 

Tania Tovar Torres                                                                                               

 

CARTHA
Francisco Moura Veiga e Rubén Valdez

Cartha's research on the frame of the Alternative Future conference is based on the interventions - built, unbuilt and demolished- by foreign institutions and architects, with a special focus on the ones by the Gulbenkian Foundation, in Baghdad through the lenses of Building Identity.

 

Francisco Moura Veiga     

Rubén Valdez                                                                                                                                                                               

 

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