fieldstations | Anthropocene Teaching Practices in Architecture
Marlies Vermeulen questions the role of “place in the everyday”. What is the role that “the everyday” gets in existing spatial notation systems – such as, for example, the architectural floor plan? The cartopological map acts as a research instrument to explore and document “place” and “the everyday” during the fieldwork and guide the intensive participant-observations.
Art, Anthropocene, Critical View, New Scenarios
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Anthropocene Teaching Practices in Architecture

Fieldstations e.V. | DAZ | TUBerlin
Workshop 07.07.2021
Lidia Gasperoni

Anthropocene Teaching Practices in Architecture

The Anthropocene is about a broad debate on the human impact on the environment. This notion, based on scientific data and definitions, has in recent years become a field of reflexive intersection in which human activity and practices are being renegotiated. Architecture is one of the material fields that has a radical impact on the environment. This should lead the discipline to a radical rethinking not only with respect to its forms and materials but to the way it defines its pedagogical tasks. What is often referred to as a crisis can instead be seen as an opportunity to discover new transformative capacities and practices expanding the pedagogical duties of architectural schools. The workshop is an invitation to reflect together on the pedagogical capacities of architecture in practices of reflexivity, design, and building. Statements of max 15 minutes are welcome formulating pedagogical statements, critical questions showing methods, experiences, and practice-based projects in architectural pedagogy. Please send your proposal (max. 400 words) until May 31 2021 at lidia.gasperoni@tu-berlin.de