Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, Campus Weißenhof
Neubau 1, Hörsaal 301
What is the role of architecture now and in the future of a globally networked world? What is its public, political, and aesthetic potentialities? Its conceptual methods and critical media? To focus these questions, we look at current curatorial practices, their processes, and strategies. The objective is not only to discuss architecture as an (critical) exhibition object or relational space. We also want to address architecture’s ability to project other selves without cancelling former ones.
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Joseph Grima is an architect, writer and editor based in Genoa, Italy. He has previously edited Domus magazine and directed Storefront for Art and Architecture, an independent gallery in New York. In 2012 he was co-curator of the first edition of the Istanbul Design Biennial. He has curated exhibitions and presented work in numerous international venues including the Venice Architecture Biennale, New York’s New Museum of Contemporary Art and the Triennale di Milano.
The talk is part of „Architect as Curator as Architect“ – Jour Fixe Series Summer 2015
Introduction and Moderation by Mona Mahall, Asli Serbest
Introduction by Prof. i.V. Mona Mahall
Prof. i.V. Asli Serbest + Joseph Grima
Lecture by Joseph Grima
Audience of the lecture
(All photos by Janis Rozkalns)
Poster: Design by Valentin Alisch, Chrissi Nasz
Concept and Curation Jour Fixe Series Summer 2015: Prof. i.V. Dr. Mona Mahall, Prof. i.V. Dr. Asli Serbest, AM Chrissi Nasz
Mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Sto-Stiftung, Wüstenrot Stiftung, Armstrong DLW, Beton Marketing Süd, FSB – Franz Schneider Brakel GmbH + Co KG, Nimbus Group GmbH und der Architektenkammer Baden-Württemberg
Hinweis: Diese Veranstaltung ist bei der Architektenkammer als Fortbildung im Rahmen der berufspraktischen Tätigkeit als „Architekt/in im Praktikum“ (AIP) genehmigt.