»Mutations. A Lecture Series« brings together a dynamic group of researchers, artists, thinkers, curators, and scholars. Curated by the fellows of the interdisciplinary artist residency »Mutations« at the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, and in cooperation with the KfW Stiftung, Frankfurt, it is the first of several public platforms which are being developed within the scope of the program.
April 19, 2021 | 19:00 CET | »Small Scale, Big Change: 10 Years of Architectures of Social Engagement« by Andres Lepik
Andres Lepik is the director of the Architecture Museum TU Munich and a professor of Architectural History and Curatorial Practices at the TU Munich, Germany. His main focus is on the history and theory of architecture exhibitions and contemporary developments in the field of architectures of social engagement and participatory architectural structures.
Andres Lepik studied Art History at the University of Augsburg, after which he was awarded a fellowship for his doctoral studies on The Architectural Model in Italy 1353-1500 at the Bibliotheca Hertziana in Rome. In 2007, he became curator of the Architecture and Design Department of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In 2011-2012, he was a Loeb Fellow at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University. On May 1, 2012 he was appointed to the Chair of History of Architecture and Curatorial Practices. Since 2012, he is the director of the Architecture Museum of the TUM.
00:00:18 Introduction by Elke aus dem Moore and Daniela Leykam
00:05:45 Introduction by Maxwell Mutanda
00:09:07 Lecture by Andres Lepik
»Mutations« is comprised of the following fellows: Sabina Hyoju Ahn: Media and Sound Artist (South Korea) | Angela Anderson: Video Artist and Researcher (USA/Germany) | Grayson Earle: New Media Artist (USA) | Ana María Gómez López: Artist, Writer, and Researcher (The Netherlands/Colombia/USA) | Clara Jo: Video Artist (Germany) | Maxwell Mutanda: Multidisciplinary Researcher, Visual Artist, and Designer (Zimbabwe) | Joana Quiroga: Visual Artist and Philosopher (Brazil).
The lecture series takes place within the KfW Stiftung’s Mondays102 – an event series at the Villa 102, the platform for culture and dialogue of the KfW and its foundation.
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