Invitation Public Lecture 29.09.2016 | 19.00
European Architecture Dialogue 2016
Making of: Architecture – Art – Space - Choreography
Architects work in collaboration, across disciplines and through experiment. The invited architects and guests of different disciplines reflect about individual experiences – the ”Making of”. The lectures investigate positions of architecture, urban design, engineering and arts throughout the European culture of interdisciplinary production of architecture, public space & construction. This autumn semester, we discuss with guests from Estonia, Latvia, France, Germany, Finland, Italy and Spain and would be pleased to invite you to an inspiring evening with our guests. The evenings will be introduced and moderated by Irina Raud and Dagmar Jäger.
The Australian choreographer Rhys Martin graduated from Sydney University in literature and fine arts in 1975 and began his career in the theatre with Sydney’s pioneering underground One Extra Dance Company. Since 1986, he has worked as freelance producer, director and choreographer of dance, opera, film and theatre, recognized with numerous awards. Currently, he is professor of dance and choreography at the Berlin University of the Arts with a portfolio of over 12 new music theatre productions and founder member of the new Inter University Centre for Dance Berlin, where he leads the internationally acknowledged contemporary Master of Arts in Solo Dance Authorship. Reflections about body, space and movement in the context of public spaces and stages, with professionals, students and pupils will give insights into his artistic research & productions.
18.10.16 Pascal Urbain, ENSA Marseille, Architect & Urbanist, Studio Stoa, Marseille
02.11.2016 Heike Klussmann, Artist & Researcher, Bau Kunst Erfinden, University Kassel
10.11.2016 Pentti Kareoja, Architect, Spatial Design, Aalto University
22.11.2016 Ulla Hell, Architect, Plasma Studio, Austria
07.12.2016 BakPak, Jose De la Peña Gómez Millán, Jose A Pavón Gonzalez, Architects Sevilla
21.12.2016 Stefan Polónyi, Engineer and Author, IPP Prof. Polonyi + Partner, Berlin-Köln (to confirm)