performative urbanism

Posted on Apr 19, 2013 in / Serial Events / Serial IFIT
performative urbanism

Symposium 19. – 20.07.2013 Pinakothek der Moderne und SCHAUSTELLE, München Der Lehrstuhl für Städtebau und Regionalplanung richtet zusammen mit Christopher Dell, Gastprofessor 2012/2013 das Symposium “performative urbanism – generating and designing urban space” aus. Es findet am 19. und 20. Juli in der Schaustelle der Pinakothek der Moderne statt. Was Lefébvre in seiner komplexen Raumtheorie l`espace […]

Stadt als Produziertes

Posted on Apr 10, 2013 in / Serial IFIT / Serial Publications
Stadt als Produziertes

2012-1013// Raumtheorie Seminardokumentation Die heterogenen und von Unbestimmtheit durchsetzten Transformationsbewegungen zeitgenössischer Stadt stellen zunehmend lineare Planungsverfahren des Städtebaus ebenso in Frage wie deren Begriffsinstrumentarium. Vor diesem Hintergrund erweist es sich auf stadttheoretischem Terrain als dringlich, die dem Städtebau zur Verfügung stehenden Begriffskonzeptionen einer Prüfung zu unterziehen und auf alternative Deutungshorizonte hin auszuloten. Das Seminar hat […]

Die improvisierende Organisation

Posted on Dez 27, 2012 in / Serial IFIT / Serial Publications
Die improvisierende Organisation

Im 21. Jahrhundert leben erstmals mehr Menschen in Städten als auf dem Land – die Explosion des Urbanen macht unsere Städte komplexer als jemals zuvor. Längst hat ihr permanent changierendes Gewebe herkömmliche Kategorien der Beschreibung und Planung gesprengt. Nicht mehr die Frage „Was bedeutet Stadt?

DAAD Kongressreisestipendium

Posted on Aug 2, 2011 in / Serial IFIT
DAAD Kongressreisestipendium

Conference “Music as a Medium for Urban Transformation” in Kolkata Goethe Institute Kolkata

Replaycity

Posted on Mai 7, 2011 in / Serial IFIT / Serial Publications
Replaycity

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Exhibition Jugaad Urbanism

Posted on Apr 13, 2011 in / Serial IFIT
Exhibition Jugaad Urbanism

with the book “Tacit Urbanism” and the installation movie “Kolkata Monodosis” I participated in Center for Architecture New York  first exhibition in US on contemporary Indian urbanism Exhibition on view in New York February 10 – May 21, 2011 Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, NYC 10012     Jugaad: a definition There is no one […]

Thinking Space Musically

Posted on Feb 12, 2010 in / Serial IFIT
Thinking Space Musically

Lecture Performance at Architectural Association London date: 2010-02-16 link to video Christopher Dell will explain his concept of a musical approach to conceptualise space. He will refer to the performative notation concepts of new music and present parts of his actual studies ‘Improvisations on Urbanity’ and ‘Tacit Urbanism’. Born in 1965, Christopher Dell lives and […]

Architectural Behaviourology- Yoshiharu Tsukamoto

Posted on Feb 3, 2010 in / Serial Events / Serial IFIT
Architectural Behaviourology- Yoshiharu Tsukamoto

Sunday, 21 March 2010 A lecture by Yoshiharu Tsukamoto – Atelier Bow Wow, Tokyo followed by a conversation led by Matthias Sauerbruch and Christopher Dell. in cooperation with the Japan Foundation This event takes place during the Units of Ecole Special d’Architecture, Paris and University College Dublin     “Behaviour comes to mind as a […]

Improvisations on Urbanity

Posted on Jul 10, 2009 in / Serial IFIT / Serial Publications
Improvisations on Urbanity

Christopher Dell, Ton Matton, Evelien van Vugtgraphic designmagazinestudio.nl   In this publication trendy pragmatism coincides with the improvisation of jazz music. The result is a plan of action to constructively deal with disorder in urbanism. Improvisation acknowledges disorder and works with existing potentials. Improvisation means, therefore, to work with reality but at the same time, […]

Kolkata Monodosis

Posted on Nov 27, 2008 in / Serial IFIT
Kolkata Monodosis

a documentary artist movie by Christopher Dell and Ranu Gosh in collaboration with Patrick Ghose, funded by the Goethe Institute Kolkata under supervision of Reimar Volker. Inspired by the diverse and exciting social life on Kolkatas pavements (which is very much owed the cultural practise of the Hawkers, who occupy it), I decided to do […]

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