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INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE II: 1st YEAR OF STUDIES 2018-2019

TUTORS:
PHOEBE GIANNISI, IRIS LYKOURIOTI, YORGOS MITROULIAS, YORGOS PAPAKONSTANTINOU, YORGOS TZIRTZILAKIS

GUESTS:
DR. CHRISTINA MISTOPOULOU, DEPARTENT OF HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY AND SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF THESSALY
DR. ELSA KIOURTSOGLOU, ÉCOLE NATIONALE SUPÉRIEURE D’ARCHITECTURE DE STRASBOURG (ENSAS)

STUDENT’S ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE:
KISKINI EVGENIA, MANOLAKIS YIANNIS, MICHAILIDOU VASSILIKI.

Download the program from here and for more information here.

You can download, also, files of related bibliography from the server of the Department.
 

 

Seminars and Workshops Programme: Feminist Practices in the Public Space at the Era of Globalised Technologies.

Workshop 4: Led by the performer, writer Erica Scourti

Head of Research: Elpida Karaba

Thursday 16 May, Time: 15.00-18.30

Friday 17 May. Time 12.00 -15.30

Centre, Department of Architecture, 1st Floor, Patari Metaptychiakou

On Thursday 16 May and Friday 17May 2019, in the Centre of New Media & Feminist Public Practice, the fourth seminar/workshop of the programme will focus on the Madiated Body.

Seminar: The exuberance of the term new media describes the fact that the term includes a series of developments in technology that are associated with the emergence of a number of practical and theoretical approaches. We undertake an overview of the axes describing the relationship between gender studies and urban studies with new media and the consolidation, especially since the 1990s, of an important field in contemporary practice. Focusing on two broad study areas described a. as 'Art and Technology' or 'media archeology' related to the relationship to more 'traditional' technologies b. as 'the art of new media' linked to the most contemporary technologies: telecommunications, media, digital technology, the internet. The seminar focuses on the body's new media and public space / publicity issues: Real time, interactivity, (physical) body. New technological applications, digital, virtual reality, executive practices and technology, internet, augmented reality give new enlarged dimensions and expressive paths but also have many limitations. This module will examine the vocabulary of the post-human condition in relation to architecture, art and humanities. There will also be an introduction to the term cyborg as a conceptual tool and as a way of considering the social and material development of contemporary social environments.

Workshop: Performer and writer Erica Skourtis will present her work and focus on exercises using

the methods she has developed. Biography and physical inscriptions in performance and the representation of subjectivity. Random archives of engagement and everyday life from Whatsapp to open documents of self-narration and consumption. Sound, Voice and Technology as methodology.

 

15/5/2019 15:00 Amphitheatre

 

9/5/2019 20:00 Amphitheatre

 

9/5/2019 18:00 room Z

 

8/5/2019 17:30-20:30 Thessaloniki

 

On Wednesday May 8, 2019, at 7.30 pm, at the amphitheatre of the Department of Planning and Regional Development, Professors Dimitris Fatouros and Giannis Peponis will be granted an Honorary Doctorate of the Department of Architecture of the University of Thessaly.

 

Open lecture by Manuel Couceiro da Costa, professor of the School of Architecture, University of Lisbon, titled "Cork and Architecture:sustainability and aesthetics through material".

The lecture will take place at the Dept.of Architecture Amphitheater on Tuesday 7 May, at 20:30.

 

5-12/5/2019 Labattoir Thessaloniki

 

March 28th-April 17th, 2019 | 9.00-21.00 daily
Foyer, Department of Architecture

In a work-in-progress format, the exhibition includes the student works that were produced during the exploration process towards the articulation of the structural design concept of an architectural structure based on a specific cultural event.

Challenging the prevailing typological practices, the course discusses structural design issues from a topological perspective.

In a teaching framework, the course consists of a series of exercises/ subsequent readings aiming to extract the concrete or abstract properties of the event and translate them to qualities of the spatial composition or/ and principles of the structural arrangement.

In a research context, the work attempts to approach the structural concept as a design resource and investigate the physical model as a tool for diagrammatic reasoning.

Participants: Laura ACOSTA, Sofia ATHANASARAKI, Gavriela AVLOGIARI, Efthalia-Erato BARTZOKA, Konstantina EMMANOUILIDOU, Charalampos FOTOPOULOS, Nefeli GKREMOU, Armando HERMIDA-MEDINA, Marina LOPEZ-MUNOZ, Maria MEGA, Maria NOMISMATIDOU, Giannis ORLIS, Vasilis PAPADOPOULOS, Evangelia PNEVMATIKOU, Konstantinos SAFLEKOS, Eirini-Michaela SAPOUNA, Amalia TSIOMPRA, Isavella ZOUMPOULI

Instructor: Maria VRONTISSI, Ass.Professor UTh

Please have a look at the on-line exhibition of the course projects.

 

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