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Radical Pedagogies: Reconstructing Architectural Education

  • 12:30 - 7 October, 2015
Radical Pedagogies: Reconstructing Architectural Education
Radical Pedagogies: Reconstructing Architectural Education, “Paraboloid Fiery End,” Warkworth, New Zealand, 1971. Contributed by Byron Kinnaird and Barnaby Bennett.
“Paraboloid Fiery End,” Warkworth, New Zealand, 1971. Contributed by Byron Kinnaird and Barnaby Bennett.

This is the third edition of “Radical Pedagogies” exhibition. Earlier versions of this show were presented at the 3rd Lisbon Architecture Triennale (2013) and the 14th Venice Biennale of Architecture, curated by Rem Koolhaas (2014), where it was awarded a Special Mention. For the occasion of its presentation in Warsaw, the exhibition opens up new directions and a new density of global interconnections. Eastern Europe, Africa, East Asia and Australasia become the protagonists, opening new insights into pedagogical experimentation after 1945.

Radical Pedagogies: Reconstructing Architectural Education KwieKulik, Game on Morel’s Hill (group action), 1971. Contributed by Soledad Gutiérrez and Aleksandra Kędziorek. Public voting during the first days of the “democratization” at TU Delft, May 9 1969. Contributed by Rutger Huiberts. ‘Miss-Wahl’ (‘Mis-Vote’), happening by the Frauenbefreiungsbewegung FBB (women liberation movement) in Zurich 1969. Contributed by Michael Hiltbrunner. + 9

Radical Pedagogies: Reconstructing Architectural Education, “Paraboloid Fiery End,” Warkworth, New Zealand, 1971. Contributed by Byron Kinnaird and Barnaby Bennett.
“Paraboloid Fiery End,” Warkworth, New Zealand, 1971. Contributed by Byron Kinnaird and Barnaby Bennett.

“Radical Pedagogies” is an ongoing multi-year collaborative research project led by Beatriz Colomina with a team of Ph.D. students of the School of Architecture at Princeton University. It has so far involved three years of seminars, interviews, archival research, guest lectures and almost 80 contributors from more than two dozen countries. In this, and similar research projects conducted by the Ph.D. program at Princeton, architecture history and theory are taught and practiced as an experiment in and of themselves, exploring the potential for collaboration — in what is often taught to be a field of individual endeavor.

‘Miss-Wahl’ (‘Mis-Vote’), happening by the Frauenbefreiungsbewegung FBB (women liberation movement) in Zurich 1969. Contributed by Michael Hiltbrunner.
‘Miss-Wahl’ (‘Mis-Vote’), happening by the Frauenbefreiungsbewegung FBB (women liberation movement) in Zurich 1969. Contributed by Michael Hiltbrunner.

Coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the Warsaw Faculty of Architecture, the installation in the exhibition pavilion of the school presents an “open archive” of 74 case studies that encourages debate regarding the history and future of architectural pedagogy. Conceived as an interactive platform, the exhibition incorporates take-away texts, facsimiles, original publications and teaching documents, archival films, and implements interactive features through augmented reality.

Students participating in the course ‘Structures and Structural Design’ at the Kumasi School of Architecture, Ghana, 1965. Contributed by Łukasz Stanek, Ola Uduku.
Students participating in the course ‘Structures and Structural Design’ at the Kumasi School of Architecture, Ghana, 1965. Contributed by Łukasz Stanek, Ola Uduku.
  • Title

    Radical Pedagogies: Reconstructing Architectural Education
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  • Organizers

    Curated by Beatriz Colomina and Evangelos Kotsioriswith Britt Eversole, Ignacio G. Galán, Anna-Maria Meister, Federica Vannucchi and other PhD Students of the School of Architecture at Princeton University
  • From

    October 12, 2015 12:00 PM
  • Until

    November 10, 2015 08:00 PM
  • Venue

    Faculty of Architecture, Warsaw University of Technology
  • Address

    UL. KOSZYKOWA 55, WARSAW

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