Open Lecture Series and Residency

#Lecture Series
5 Apr - 5 Apr 2018
18.00
Museum of Estonian Architecture, Tallinn, EE
Pikk 20, Kanuti Gildi SAAL, Tallinn, Estonia

A series of open lectures in Tallinn is organised by the  Estonian Museum of Architecture in collaboration with the Estonian Academy of Arts Faculty of Architecture, where Future Architecture alumna Tania Tovar Torres hold a lecture In Articulo Mortis.

Tania Tovar Torres is an architect, writer and curator with an interest for narratives where architecture and the built environment stand as main character. She is a founder of Proyector, a curatorial platform and exhibition space based in Mexico City devoted to the promotion of architecture research projects. Tania is currently Director and Chief Curator of Proyector, as well as a consultant for the German Cooperation Agency for Sustainable Development in Mexico. Previously she has worked at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal, the Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery in New York, the University Museum of Science and Art and the National Council for Educational Development in Mexico City. Her research and work has been published in Arquine (MEX), MAS Context (USA) and ARQ (CHL) Magazines, the CCA (CAN) and the UIC (ESP). Tania graduated as an architect from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, studied at the Stuttgart State Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Germany, and holds a Masters in Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices in Architecture from the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation in New York.

In the second part of Future Architecture Tallinn programme, one emerging creative from the Future Architecture platform will be selected to take a one-week residency in Tallinn. The program includes either the conducting of the workshop at the Art Academy Faculty of Architecture and the results will be exhibited at the show; or development of an idea for a site-specific installation in Tallinn at the Museum of Estonian Architecture (preparatory works and site visits in 2018, realisation in 2019).