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    Begrüssung aller Studierender zum Semesterbeginn
    Ausgabe der Entwurfsprojekte für die MA-Studierenden und für BA 5. Semester

    am Montag, den 12.10.2015, 13.00 Uhr, HS 301

    IM ANSCHLUSS BERATUNG FÜR ERASMUS STUDIERENDE BEI JUSTUS DIETZ

     

    Vorlesungsverzeichnis WS 2015/16 auf www.abk-stuttgart.de

     


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    Carolin Lahode hat mit Ihrer Masterarbeit des WS 2015/16, der architektonischen Graphic Nouvel “Der Utopist”, den ersten Preis des aed Verein zur Förderung von Architektur, Engineeringund Design in Stuttgart e.V. im Bereich Architektur gewonnen!

    Mehr Informationen finden Sie hier in der Pressemitteillung:

    http://www.aed-neuland.de/gewinner-aed-neuland-2015.html

     


    Laut Prüfungsordnung BA und MA sind verschiedene interdisziplinäre Kurse nach Wahl zu belegen. Die Möglichkeiten im Haus sind wie folgt.

    Hier finden Sie aktuelle Angaben (Lehrer, Ort) über die Werkstätten der Akademie.

    http://www.abk-stuttgart.de/de/hochschule/orte/werkstaetten.html

    Fast alle bieten während des Werkstattmonats (Termin SS 2015:    14.09.-09.10.15) Kurse an.
    Um daran teilzunehmen bedarf es Eigeninitiative. Gehen Sie auf die Lehrer zu und fragen Sie nach Kursen, melden Sie sich beim Lehrer vor Ort bitte persönlich an. Der Lehrer entscheidet über Ihre Teilnahme (Kapazität).
    Zum Nachweis für einen bestandenen Kurs legen Sie dem Lehrer die u.g. Einzelprüfungsbescheinigung zur Noteneintragung vor und lassen Sie diese im Anschluss über Prof. Litzlbauer in Ihrer Sammelprüfungsbescheinigung eintragen.

    Die Einzelprüfungsbescheinigung können Sie hier downloaden pruefungsbescheinigung_akainterdisziplinaer

     


    Der Bund Deutscher Architekten BDA und der polnische Architektenverband SARP haben in Warschau den BDA – SARP – Award 2015 verliehen. Der bilaterale Nachwuchsförderpreis wird an Absolventen der Fachrichtung Architektur vergeben und steht unter der Schirmherrschaft von Bundesbauministerin Dr. Barbara Hendricks.
    Ausgezeichnet wurden Klara Charlotte Bindl von der RWTH Aachen und Hannes Schmidt von der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar.

    Unter den exzellente Absolventen wurde auch Lukas Stopinski (Kunstakademie Stuttgart, FG Architektur) mit seiner Master-Arbeit „BYTOM – SINKING CITY” für die finale Juryrunde ausgewählt und nahm neben den oben genannten Preisträgern am Workshop in Warschau teil.

    Mehr Informationen finden Sie hier in der Pressemitteillung (S. 4):

    PRESSEMITTEILUNG

     


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    Carson Chan (Writer, Curator, Researcher – New York, Berlin)
     
    Curating Architecture: An Inventory of Recent Strategies
     
    Introduction and Moderation by Mona Mahall, Asli Serbest
     
    23.06.2015
    19 Uhr Vortrag Carson Chan
    21 Uhr Party ohne Grund
    Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, Neubau 1, Hörsaal (3. OG)
     
    What is the role of architecture now and in the future of a globally networked world? What is its public, political, and aesthetic potentialities? Its conceptual methods and critical media? To focus these questions, we look at current curatorial practices, their processes, and strategies. The objective is not only to discuss architecture as an (critical) exhibition object or relational space. We also want to address architecture’s ability to project other selves without cancelling former ones.
     
    Carson Chan is a curator and writer currently pursuing a PhD at Princeton University School of Architecture. His current research interest centers on the spatial implications of large networked systems such as the Internet. In 2006, he founded and directed PROGRAM—a non-profit initiative for art and architecture collaborations in Berlin—together with Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga. He has variously organized more than fifty exhibitions internationally, including the 4th Marrakech Biennale, which he curated with Nadim Samman in 2012, and the Biennial of the Americas in Denver, for which he served as the Executive Curator in 2013. Carson’s writing on architecture, art, and contemporary culture appears regularly in books and publications such as Art Papers, Frieze, Log, Pin-Up, Texte zur Kunst, as well as Kaleidoscope (Milan), where he is Contributing Editor, and 032c (Berlin), where he is Editor-at-Large. In 2013, Carson co-organized a conference at Yale School of Architecture with David Andrew Tasman and Prof. Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen, bringing together leading and emerging scholars researching both historical and contemporary practices of architecture exhibition making. The papers delivered will be published by Yale, and distributed by Actar in the fall of 2015. This October, he will be guest-curating Aurora Dallas 2015, a one-night outdoor art exhibition in the Dallas Arts District.
     
    The talk is part of „Architect as Curator as Architect“ – Jour Fixe Series Summer 2015
     
    Introduction and Moderation by Mona Mahall, Asli Serbest
     
    Concept and Curation Jour Fixe Series Summer 2015:
    Prof. i.V. Dr. Mona Mahall, Prof. i.V. Dr. Asli Serbest, AM Chrissi Nasz
     
    Bei der Architektenkammer genehmigt als Fortbildung (1,5 anerkannte Stunden AIP und mit Berufserfahrung)
     
    Mit freundlicher Unterstützung von
     
    Kontakt/Information:
    JOUR FIXE PROGRAMM SOMMERSEMESTER 2015:
    Prof. i.V. Dr.-Ing. Mona Mahall, Prof. i.V. Dr.-Ing. Asli Serbest, AM Chrissi Nasz
     


    Felicity D. Scott (Writer, Editor – New York)
     
    Architecture: Out of Place
     
    Introduction and Moderation by Mona Mahall, Asli Serbest
     
    16.06.2015, 19 Uhr, Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, Neubau 1, Hörsaal (3. OG)
     
    This lecture will focus on Arata Isozaki’s Electric Labyrinth at the 14th Milan Triennale of 1968, paying attention to its strategies of occupying and engaging the institutional logics of the gallery—in this case a triennale—as a site for exhibiting architecture. Taking the form of an exhibition object cast as environmental apparatus, Electric Labyrinth was a work of architecture that exhibited itself as architecture and in which the gallery and its conditions of viewing were incorporated within its medium. I will explicate the manner in which Electric Labyrinth refused any simple opposition between an exhibition (in a gallery) and architecture (out there), between images or models of an architectural work and the “actual” “bricks and mortar” version.  I will conclude with a dramatic contrast: Isozaki’s participation in “Houses for Sale” of 1980 at Leo Castelli gallery and the rising phenomenon of “paper architecture” during this postmodern moment.  Tracing the bemusement expressed by critics of both art and architecture at the set up of this Castelli show, I will read the peculiar disciplinary topologies which emerge when architecture finds itself “out of place.”
     
    Felicity D. Scott is an associate professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, where she also acts as director of the PhD program in architecture (history and theory) and as co-director of the program in Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices in Architecture (CCCP). In addition to numerous articles on contemporary art and architecture, she is the author of Architecture or Techno-Utopia: Politics after Modernism (MIT, 2007), Living Archive 7: Ant Farm (ACTAR Editorial, 2008), and Outlaw Territories: Environments of Insecurity/Architectures of Counter-Insurgency, forthcoming on Zone Books.  She was also a founding co-editor of Grey Room, a quarterly journal about architecture, art, media and politics published by MIT Press since 2000.  Scott is the recipient of grants and awards from the American Academy in Berlin, the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, the Clark Art Institute, Creative Capital/ Warhol Foundation, and J. Paul Getty Foundation.
     
    The talk is part of „Architect as Curator as Architect“ – Jour Fixe Series Summer 2015
     
    Introduction and Moderation by Mona Mahall, Asli Serbest
     
    What is the role of architecture now and in the future of a globally networked world? What is its public, political, and aesthetic potentialities? Its conceptual methods and critical media? To focus these questions, we look at current curatorial practices, their processes, and strategies. The objective is not only to discuss architecture as an (critical) exhibition object or relational space. We also want to address architecture’s ability to project other selves without cancelling former ones.
     
    Concept and Curation Jour Fixe Series Summer 2015:
    Prof. i.V. Dr. Mona Mahall, Prof. i.V. Dr. Asli Serbest, AM Chrissi Nasz
     
    Bei der Architektenkammer genehmigt als Fortbildung (1,5 anerkannte Stunden AIP und mit Berufserfahrung)
     
    Mit freundlicher Unterstützung von
     
    Kontakt/Information:
    JOUR FIXE PROGRAMM SOMMERSEMESTER 2015:
    Prof. i.V. Dr.-Ing. Mona Mahall, Prof. i.V. Dr.-Ing. Asli Serbest, AM Chrissi Nasz
     


    Joseph Grima (Architect, Writer, Curator, Researcher – Genoa)

    Introduction and Moderation by Mona Mahall, Asli Serbest

    09.06.2015, 19 Uhr, Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart, Neubau 1, Hörsaal (3. OG)

    What is the role of architecture now and in the future of a globally networked world? What is its public, political, and aesthetic potentialities? Its conceptual methods and critical media? To focus these questions, we look at current curatorial practices, their processes, and strategies. The objective is not only to discuss architecture as an (critical) exhibition object or relational space. We also want to address architecture’s ability to project other selves without cancelling former ones.

    Joseph Grima is an architect, writer and editor based in Genoa, Italy. He has previously edited Domus magazine and directed Storefront for Art and Architecture, an independent gallery in New York. In 2012 he was co-curator of the first edition of the Istanbul Design Biennial. He has curated exhibitions and presented work in numerous international venues including the Venice Architecture Biennale, New York’s New Museum of Contemporary Art and the Triennale di Milano.

    The talk is part of „Architect as Curator as Architect“ – Jour Fixe Series Summer 2015

    Introduction and Moderation by Mona Mahall, Asli Serbest

    Concept and Curation Jour Fixe Series Summer 2015:
    Prof. i.V. Dr. Mona Mahall, Prof. i.V. Dr. Asli Serbest, AM Chrissi Nasz

    Bei der Architektenkammer genehmigt als Fortbildung (1,5 anerkannte Stunden AIP und mit Berufserfahrung)

    Mit freundlicher Unterstützung von
    ::: Wüstenrot Stiftung
    ::: Sto-Stiftung
    ::: Armstrong DLW
    ::: BetonMarketing Süd
    ::: FSB – Franz Schneider Brakel GmbH + Co KG
    ::: Nimbus Group GmbH
    ::: Architektenkammer Baden-Württemberg

    Kontakt/Information:
    JOUR FIXE PROGRAMM SOMMERSEMESTER 2015:
    Prof. i.V. Dr.-Ing. Mona Mahall, Prof. i.V. Dr.-Ing. Asli Serbest, AM Chrissi Nasz