2021 Creative Exchange: Landscapes of Care
With the 2021 Creative Exchange: Landscapes of Care, one of the key European events for networking and presentation of architectural ideas, Future Architecture Platform will introduce a new season of its European Architecture Program via a live webcast for the first time via Future Architecture Rooms.
Join Future Architecture at the 2021 Creative Exchange: Landscapes of Care, which will take place within the virtual environment for the presentation of architectural ideas and networking: Future Architecture Rooms.
2021 Creative Exchange: Landscapes of Care will be one of the first major events dedicated to the conversation about the New European Bauhaus and the European Green Deal, announced in September 2020 by the president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.
The annual convention will take place online this year under the title Landscapes of Care. The participants will be addressed by Xavier Troussard, head of the New European Bauhaus at the European Commission’s Joint Research Center. The main guest at this year’s event will be Amica Dall, who holds a degree in English literature and anthropology and is one of the fifteen founders of the non-hierarchical multidisciplinary London collective Assemble, which produces architecture, art, urban design, and research—and in doing so focuses on the social and material processes of urban development.
The core of the 2021 Creative Exchange will be nine live discussions with twenty-seven young artists and experts from various disciplines that responded to this year’s call for ideas, the platform’s tool for encouraging emerging creatives to present their innovative architectural ideas to a wide range of decision-makers and stakeholders, and fifteen curators, directors, and program managers that will carry out the events in the 2021 European Architectural Program. The discussions will include participants addressing topics of public space, landscape, buildings, revisiting histories, transdisciplinarity, paradigm shifts, feminism in architecture, decolonization, and new policies.
Landscapes of Care Short Film Premiere
FEBRUARY 26TH, 12:00 noon, CET
Premiere of twenty-seven short videos selected in the Future Architecture 2021 Call for Ideas: Landscapes of Care as a representative introduction to the 2021 Creative Exchange.
2021 CREATIVE EXCHANGE: LANDSCAPES OF CARE
Designing for Awareness
Bogo Zupančič, Museum of Architecture and Design, Ljubljana
Matevž Čelik, Future Architecture Platform
Xavier Troussard, head of New European Bauhaus, EU Joint Research Center (JRC)
|13:45-14:15||Annual Reflection Summary|
Amica Dall, Barcelona
Public Space Session
Alexandra Cruz, 2021 Autumn Program, Oslo Architecture Triennale
Andreas Ruby, Access for All, S AM Swiss Architecture Museum, Basel
Reclaiming Public Space, Santos Collective, Lisbon
Narratives of Space in Film, Nina Bačun (Oaza Collective), Zagreb
Infrastructures of Care, Sanatorium Premium + kultura, Moscow/Rotterdam
Josephine Michau, Exploring the Intersection of Film and Landscape Architecture from a Designer’s Perspective, Copenhagen Architecture Festival
Viktorija Šiaulytė, Sensing Urban Matter, Architektūros fondas, Vilnius
Invisible Landscape, Uncertainty Network Office, New York
Materia Prima, Erika Loana & Gabriela Sisniega, Mexico City
Dance Is Politics, á la sauvette, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Triin Ojari, The House We Need, Estonian Museum of Architecture, Tallinn
Climate Care, Soft Agency, Berlin
Two Houses, Verena von Beckerath et al., Weimar
O U R S, Magdalena Havlová, Prague
Tools of Care
|13:00-13:15||Meeting the new platform member|
Dani Arhitekture, Sarajevo
Amica Dall – Assemble, Barcelona
|14:00-15:30 ||Live Discussions|
Revisiting Histories Session
Danica Prodanović, If These Walls Could Talk, Belgrade International Architecture Week
Manuel Henriques, Revisiting Future Architecture Collections, Lisbon Architecture Triennale
An Architecture of Chronic Illness, Anna Ulrikke Andersen, Halden
The Caring City, Col·lectiu Punt 6, Barcelona
OASI, Álvaro Alcázar DelÁguila, Borrego
Freo Majer, Driving the Human: Seven Prototypes for Eco-Social Renewal, Forecast, Berlin
John Bingham Hall, Movement Forum, Theatrum Mundi, Paris
Architherapy, Erika Henriksson, Trondheim
Sonic Acts of Noticing, Julia Udall, Sheffield
Stage for the City, Monika Marinova, Burgas
Paradigm Shifts Session
Saimir Kristo, Tirana Design Week 2021: Health & Wellbeing in the Post-Pandemic City, Tirana Design Week
Architecture & Education, L’Atelier Senzu, Paris
Off the Grid, Willem Hubrechts, Brussels
Back to Nature, PUZZLE, Skopje
|15:30 - 17:00||Digital Refreshments with Improv Theater Iglu|
Marie-Louise Richards, Stockholm
|13:45-15:15 ||Live Discussions|
Irena Lehkoživová, Architecture as a Tool for Care, VI PER Gallery, Prague
Michal Duda, Invisible Perspective: Women in the Space of Architecture, Museum of Architecture in Wrocław, Wrocław
Disability × Maternity, Frani O’Toole, Chicago
Honey, I’m Home!, Edit Collective, London
F_WALKS, fem_arc collective, Berlin
Anna Ramos, Barcelona Architecture Week, Fundació Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona
Bekim Ramku, Alter-Nation – Kosovo Architecture Festival, KAF, Prishtina
Afro-Futures in European Enclaves, Menna Agha, Mário Barros, Diogo Henriques, Aalborg
Minorities in Metropolis, Juan G. del Cerro, J. Zabert, Barcelona
Borders of Care, Carlos Lanuza Jarquín, Barcelona
New Politics Session
Cesar Rejes Najera, Future Architecture Library, dpr-barcelona, Barcelona
What Do Landscapes Say?, Nomaos, Delft
Cocinas Alterinas, G. Aquije, M. El Bakry, Zürich/Dessau
Queer Commons, Alexander Auris, Brussels
|15:30–16:30||Looking over Future Architecture|
James Taylor Foster, Matevž Čelik
Merve Bedir, Paolo Patelli, Maite Borjabad, Johnny Leya, Armina Pilav
Off the Grid
Rethinking the relation between water management, urbanisation and the role of self-steering communities.
The project examines the greenhouse urbanization and photosynthetic colonization to describe the process that human displace, domesticate, and reproduce nature and territories in Anthropocene and Capitalocene.
A method for urban research based on the analysis of queer shared experiences.
Architherapy is a self-made practice crafted as a relational and improvisatory process that takes form by learning to think and make together with the whole ecological system of materials, people, entities, stories and forces that surround architecture.
Cocinas Alterinas (Alter-kitchens) explores the endless possibilities of kitchens as spaces of care, resilience and resistance.
Honey, I'm Home!
‘Honey, I’m Home’ is an ongoing research project that questions the architectural qualities of domestic spaces
Afro-Futures in European Enclaves
A book collection mapping the role of care labor in the Afropolitan imprint within European cities.
O U R S
Research, revision and revitalisation of shared spaces of communal and cooperative housing.
The caring city
Rethinking the city from a feminist and care perspective means no longer creating spaces on the basis of production rationales that are socially and politically restrictive and, instead, starting to think about environments that place a greater emphasis on the people who use them.
Sonic Acts of Noticing
Sonic Acts of Noticing deploys listening as critical spatial practice that can alter subjectivities and remake space in ways that emphasise care, ecological relations and emancipatory learning.
NARRATIVES OF SPACE IN FILM
Narratives of space are related to (re)presentation and (re)interpretation of architecture and landscape; be they real or artificial. By comparing formal and semantic characteristics of Yugoslav Black Wave, the aim is to explore in detail their influence on perception of the physical environment.
Architecture & Education
The ambitious role of Architecture in shaping the Future of Education
Infrastructures of Care
New vision for sanatoriums as a more sustainable and local alternative to the global resort tourism
Materia Prima is a collaborative atlas of the impact of extractivism in the Mexican landscape.
Dance is politics
The project reclaims the appropriation of the public space through 'the party' and dancing as a social catalyzer during -and after- the pandemic, establishing a new paradigm in which technology, environment, and social encounter merge in a single reproducible architectural strategy.
»The stills produce a series of emotions about architecture, but also represent a bigger issue about these houses as homes. We witness the decay, we feel the energy of the inhabitants and we empathise with the ways people change the houses they live in.« Helena Čapková
BACK TO NATURE
The “Machines for living” will turn into “Green oasis for living and working” and the “collective living” will turn into a “semi-public space”.
What Do Landscapes Say?
‘What Do Landscapes Say?’ explores how multidisciplinary artistic research informs the development of diverse urban environments through looking at landscapes.
Minorities in metropolis
Barber shops: the scaffolding that holds masculine pakistani communities together in el Raval.
Renaturalization of a heritage area with natural logics that enables fluvial resilience of the territory along time.
Climate Care is a festival engaged with theory and practice at the intersection of climate challenges, ethics of care and environmental humanities.
Disability x Maternity
In partnership with rehabilitation institutes, this project organizes placemaking strategies for young mothers with disabilities
Stage for the City
An approach for urban regeneration in post-industrial towns, the project investigates integration between institutions and society, reconciling civic and industrial, framing a new democratic urban centre.
An Architecture of Chronic Illness
Exploring the experiences of place and architecture by people living with chronic illness, I use creative methodologies such as filmmaking, sculpture and essay writing.