26 Oct: Machines of Freedom | an event on the Venice Architecture Biennale
What will the future of labor look like? How will disruptive changes in labor ethos and conditions influence spatial configurations, living conditions, and notions of the human body? How can new forms of creativity and responsibility within the architectural field respond to emerging technologies of automation? Floris Alkemade, Lara Schrijver and Marina Otero Verzier will start a conversation around the theme WORK, BODY, LEISURE and the ambitions for the 2018 Dutch Pavilion, commissioned by Het Nieuwe Instituut at the 16th Venice Biennale for Architecture, that will be held 24 May to 25 November 2018.
10.30h: Doors open
11.00h: Welcome by Syb Groeneveld, Director Creative Industries Fund NL, and Guus Beumer, Director Het Nieuwe Instituut.
Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research at Het Nieuwe Instituut and Curator of the Dutch Pavilion 2018, reflects on WORK, BODY, LEISURE, the theme for the 2018 Dutch Pavilion and its response to the theme for this year’s Venice Biennale FREESPACE.
Keynote speaker Floris Alkemade on how urban policies could respond to or anticipate labor conditions triggered by technological developments.
Keynote speaker Lara Schrijver on Constant’s New Babylon and utopian architectural imaginaries.
Conversation about the theme of the Venice Biennale for Architecture and the Dutch Pavilion in 2018 between Marina Otero Verzier, Floris Alkemade and Lara Schrijver.
Further information and Q&A on the Open Calls by Het Nieuwe Instituut and Creative Industries Fund NL for participation at the Venice Biennale for Architecture in 2018.
date & location
Thursday 26 October 2017, 11.00 – 13.00 (doors open 10.30)
Embassy of Urban Transformation, during Dutch Design Week 2017
Temporary Art Centre (TAC), Eindhoven
Talk is in English
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