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Archive for September, 2009

 

FORENSIC ARCHITECTURE – 2009/2010

Forensics Architecture CRA Studio Seminar Brief 2009-2010 / AL, EW, JP, PT Forensics, etymologically, from its Latin source, means “before the forum”, and refers to the practice and skill of presenting evidence before a gathering of citizens in a forum such as a court. On the basis of artifacts, bodies, traces, medical samples, foot/finger prints, […]

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Posted in forensic architecture, RESEARCH

 

SEMINAR ON THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO

Professor John Hutnyk and MAs and PhDs of the Centre for Cultural Studies will join us for an open Roundtable on The Communist Manifesto in preparation for David Harvey’s lecture at ICA. Thursday, 20th November, 15hs at the Centre for Research Architecture Studio, Room 312 (main building) Geographer David Harvey has written an introduction for […]

Friday, September 25th, 2009

Posted in EVENTS, UP-COMING

 

Commons and Enclosures: Seminar with Alberto Toscano

The increasingly attempts to privatize the commons – being it nature or our general intellect – calls to think contemporary capitalism through its fundamental original act: the internalization of what is external to its logic by means of dispossession and exclusion; the extraterritorial as the constant outside yet within frontier produced by the reproduction of […]

Saturday, September 19th, 2009

Posted in EVENTS

 

Susan Schuppli: On media Evidence

Seminar with artist Susan Schuppli on Media as Forensic Evidence RA STUDIO, 30th of September, 2009 “Perhaps when you cut into the present the future leaks out.” (William Burroughs) – MIXTAPES: In each of the following case studies, a collusion of sorts seems to have taken place between an analogue technology—tape recorder, picture phone, movie […]

Saturday, September 19th, 2009

Posted in forensic architecture, LECTURES & TALKS

 

Architecture Without Architects—Another Anarchist Approach

“In this almost unnoticed projection into the public sphere, they tried to react to something useful and useless at the same time, as they had no idea where this emerging social process would eventually end. This almost deviant approach to design might have been their way out of the dilemma of having to plan and […]

Saturday, September 19th, 2009

Posted in FEATURED, THINK TANK BLOG