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HafenCity Lectures

Relations – Particular Cases and Situated Practices

The upcoming edition of the HafenCity Lectures Relations takes place under the title Particular Cases and Situated Practices. International architects and artists are invited to have a public conversation about one of their projects, with one project partner, be that a client, curator, or collaborator. The aim is to explore, from various perspectives, a specific project (a particular case) and the process of its development in relation to its urban, sociopolitical, historical, and cultural site. How is knowledge and a practice produced on site, situated in between diverse actors and agents, complex practical and conceptual frameworks? At four events, our guests discuss their work and their positions within a particular case. 

The event is supported by HafenCity Hamburg GmbH.


Thursday, November 21, 2019 
6 pm, HafenCity University Mensa 
Aristide Antonas with Hila Peleg
The Space of Texts

Wednesday, December 04, 2019
6 pm, HafenCity University Mensa
Francesco Isidori (Labics) with Natascia Frasson (City of Ferrara)
Palazzo dei Diamanti in Ferrara – Conservation or Renovation? 

Wednesday, December 18, 2019 
6 pm, HafenCity University Holcim Auditorium 
Morten Kabel (Copenhagenize) & Ole Schrøder (Tredje Natur)
Enghaveparken — A Copenhagen Approach to climate-proof the City

Wednesday, January 15, 2020 
6 pm, HafenCity University Mensa
Nicole Concordet with Louise Cortella 
Ensemble à Claveau – Apprendre Ensemble