Ar(t)chitecture International Conference, Technion, Haifa, April 19-21, 2016
Historiographies of relationships between art and architectural making. Case studies dealing with the artistic and architectural work worldwide of Israeli, Palestinian and Mediterranean architects.
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Urban Space, Art and Architecture
A symposium and workshop organized by the Chair of Architectural Theory of TU Ber¬lin in collaboration with AEDES and the ANCB programme No Space Without Traits: Borders and Strategies of Knowledge. The symposium and the workshop are part of the Jerusalem-Berlin-Platform for Urbanism and Theory and are supported by the DAAD.
URBAN SYSTEMS OF HETEROTOPIAS
URBAN SYSTEMS OF HETEROTOPIAS – the International workshop aims at a discussion of urban systems of heterotopias and their mutual relations, with emphasis on the perspectivity of heterotopia and the stratification of socio-cultural urban systems.
The third JeBe international symposium will present an interdisciplinary dialogue on the significance of exterritorial areas and situations in urban space, predominantly in the cities of Jerusalem and Berlin.
Based on the 2013 international Haifa workshop this book discusses urban systems of heterotopias and their mutual relations, with emphasis on the perspectivity of heterotopia and the stratification of socio-cultural urban systems.
Ur-Mus is a project of Prof. Iris Aravot (Technion) and Prof. Jörg Gleiter (TU Berlin) that aims at bringing together Israeli and German students in a joint initiative that focuses on urban hospitality in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Musrara.