Liquid Architecture | A conversation with Abdelkader Damani (FRAC), Till-Holger Borchert & Michel Dewilde (Triënnale Brugge)

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Grootseminarie Brugge
20:00 - May 31


Liquid Architecture

With the exhibition in the Grand Seminary, the Bruges triennial offers a historical and theoretical counterpart to the contemporary architecture and art route in the city centre. The FRAC (Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain) in Orléans, known for its impressive collection of architectural drawings and models, has made a selection from its collection to exhibit in the church of the Grand Seminary. The selection of drawings, plans and models is organized around the theme of Liquid City, considered from a historical perspective. The projects selected fit into this aspect from a diversity of perspectives: architecture, sociology and biology. Twentieth-century designs that were seen as radical at the time are more relevant than ever today. Concepts by Peter Eisenman, Aglaia Konrad, Ionel Schein, David Georges Emmerich, Zaha Hadid and others make us dream of a new form of urbanism, a vision of the present and the future. In the Grand Seminary, we will listen to director and curator of the FRAC, Abdelkader Damani, in conversation with the two curators of the Triennial, Michel Dewilde and Till-Holger Borchert, moderated by Caroline Voet (KU Leuven University).Tickets: €7 adults | €5 students | Archipel members free


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The Bruges Triennial is a collaboration between Brugge Plus, Musea Brugge, Kenniscentrum vzw and Cultuurcentrum, commissioned by the City of Bruges