Institute for Urban Research will have two visiting scholars and two artists in residence this fall. There will be public lectures (of various formats), a workshop and a screening and lecture (see program below). All these activities are open to the public, so please share with your networks. Welcome!
- Gernot Wieland: Speaking of Places (performance lecture)
24 October / 16:15 – 18:00
NI:C0542 (K3 Open Studio). Please note that the time and place have changed.
- Marilu Melo Zurita, University of New South Wales: Challenging Sub Terra Nullius: A Critical Underground Urbanism Project
12 November, 15:15 – 17:00
NI:B0E15 (Lecture Hall B1)
- Carolina Hicks: Praxis is the Doing (experimental lecture)
20 November, 15:15 – 17:00
- Robert Saunders, Farmingdale State College (SUNY): The Imag(in)ed City: The (Geo)Politics of Nordic Noir’s Televisual Place-Making
6 December, 14:15 – 16:00
NI:B0E07 (Lecture Hall B2)
- Marilu Melo Zurita, University of New South Wales: Urban Underground Spaces: Future Questions
21 October, 13:00 – 16:00
Urban underground space development is widely considered as an effective approach to help contemporary cities to achieve urban sustainability, resilience, liveability goal sand efficiency when it comes to service delivery. We have organised this workshop to formulate question(s) about policy, governance, public engagement and investment, that will further our thinking when it comes to the integration of urban underground spaces into planning practices. We invite urban planners, geographers, architects, engineers, artists, environmentalists, geologists to join us on a 3-hour discussion about the role urban undergrounds are playing in the development of cities all over the world – from waste management and groundwater resources to data centres and critical transport infrastructure. Come and take part in an exciting exchange about urban integration and urban underground spaces.
This workshop requires registration (deadline15th of October). Please follow this link for more information and registration.
Screening and lecture (in collaboration with MEDEA)
- Robert Saunders: Screening the Nordic City: The Politics of Place and Space in Contemporary Crime Series
(More information coming soon)