New Scientific International Network : “Post-mining: architecture, landscape, design” – Venise (Italie) – 4 septembre 2021 (date limite : 30 juin 2021)
In partnership with European Cultural Center and its exhibition “Time, Space, Existence”, the Partnership Chair “Acclimating post-mining territories” is organizing a day of meeting and brainstorming aimed at creating an international network. The Chair is headed by Lille’s School of Architecture and Landscape (ENSAPL).
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In partnership with European Cultural Center and its exhibition «Time, Space, Existence», the Chair «Acclimatize post-mining territories» is labeled “Architecture and Innovation” by the French Ministry of Culture and headed by Lille’s School of Architecture and Landscape (ENSAPL). Its scientific direction is ensured by Béatrice Mariolle (ENSAPL, IPRAUS/AUSser) and Daniela Poli (Università degli Studi di Firenze) and the steering committee is composed of the Mission Bassin Minier, Regional Office of Cultural Affairs of Hauts de France Region and Maisons-et-Cités.
The scientific committee of this meeting is provided by: Raphael Alessandri , Margarita Dekina., Jean-Baptiste Marie, Béatrice Mariolle (membre IPRAUS/AUSser), Daniela Poli, Philippe Prost (membre IPRAUS/AUSser), Frank Vermandel.
The network will focus on the future of former mining territories in their spatial, socio-economic, ecological, landscape, or even aesthetic dimensions. Its ambition is to bring together research teams, educators, and other stakeholders from all over the world, involved in the fields of design (architecture, urban planning, landscape, art, etc.). Its objective, in particular, is to develop design and research tools that will involve local communities.Three areas of work and reflection are proposed:
– Heritage quality and architectural innovation regards to climate adaptation
– Territorialist project
– New architectural and landscape languages: bio-based materials, phytoremediation
Qui est concerné ?
This study day is open to all those working on possible ways of repairing landscapes and post-mining societies. A special attention will be given to the teams that develop projects with local communities and the territory’s own resources. We welcome the academics, educators, artists, architects, urban planners, landscape architects, but also anthropologists, sociologists, geographers, all those who work to acclimatize post-mining territories.
You can propose a poster, an oral intervention, a video, or simply come and attend this founding day.
Being that the number of attendees is limited, the remote interventions are welcome.
Send your application before June 30, 2021, with a text of 500 words maximum.
This day will be accompanied by a creative and participatory students workshop entitled “Infinite resources, new building materials” organized with the University of Venice.
Send your candidature to : Contact : Margarita Dekina : firstname.lastname@example.org