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Workshop 2.October 2020


Stories about humans, machines and microbes: Co-Corporeality board member workshop to investigate the potential of narratives in architectural themes beyond the usual building project.

Closed internal workshop.

18:00 - Welcome and introduction - Barbara Imhof


18:05 - Co-Corporeality project overview - Daniela Mitterberger, Tiziano Derme
18:20 - Petra Gruber, Associate Professor, BRIC Core Faculty, Mary Schiller Myers School of Art and the Department of Biology, University of Akron, USA
18:35 - Philip Beesley, architect, Living Architecture Systems Group (LASG), Toronto, Canada, Professor in Architecture at the University of Waterloo, Canada and Professor of Digital Design and Architecture & Urbanism at the European Graduate School.
18:50 - Rachel Armstrong, Professor of Experimental Architecture, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University, UK
19:05 - Alex Arteaga, head of sub-department "Auditive Architektur", University of the Arts UdK, Berlin, Germany
19:20 - break

19:30 - panel conversation - all
20:30 - end

Moderation: Barbara Imhof


Co-Corporeality addresses responsive spaces in the era of biomediality with the aim to establish an interaction between a human and a living material. We are specifically interested in developing a responsive environment within an architectural space that interacts, learns, grows and decays in relation to human presence and behaviour.

Vordere Zollamstrasse, 7
1030 - Wien