PROGRAM

POLITECNICO DI MILANO

Friday May 20th, 2016, 9h00-18h00, Aula Rogers

 

 

9.00 Opening and Welcome (Ilaria Valente, Dean of the School of Architecture Urban Planning Construction Engineering)
9.15 Introduction
Housing Exhibitions as Rhetoric Devices: Technical Visions, Ideologies, Strategies and Discourses
9.30 Rixt WOUDSTRA, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Categorizing Architecture: Exhibiting Public Housing at MoMA, 1934-1939

10.00 Tamara BJAZIC KLARIN, Institute of Art History, Zagreb, Croatia

Housing Exhibitions in Croatia in 1930s and 1950s – from the Subversive Critical Platform to the Vehicle of the New Ideology

10.30 Coffee break
10.45 Hartmut FRANK, HafenCity University Hamburg, Germany

Housing and Cold War: Interbau and IBA in West-Berlin

11.15 Anna BRONOVISKAYA, Institute of Modernism, Moscow, Russia

Learning by example: The role of architectural exhibitions in the development of Post-War Modernism in the USSR

11.45 Luz PAZ AGRAS, ETSAC, Universidade Da Coruña, Spain

SPANISH DREAM. The housing crisis in the exhibition space

12.15 Discussion
13.00 Lunch break
Building Housing Exhibitions: Visual Narratives, Tools and  Modes of Display
14.30 Eva STORGAARD, Faculty of Design Sciences, University of Antwerp, Belgium

Housing Exhibitions and Curatorial Acts:  The Introduction of the Collective House Typology, Sweden, Mid-1930s

15.00 Johanna HARTMANN, Institute for Art – Film Studies – Art Education,  University of Bremen / Mariann Steegmann Institute Art & Gender, Bremen, Germany

Visual Narratives of Modern Domesticity in West-German Housing Exhibitions after World War II

15.30 Laetitia OVERNEY, ENSA Paris-Belleville, IPRAUS, UMR AUSSER, France

Womens’ business. Social Housing at Salon des Arts Menagers, Paris, 1959

16.00 Marija MARTINOVIC and Mladen PESIC, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, Serbia

Dwelling Community in Socialist Yugoslavia: From Representation to Realization

16.30 Els DE VOS, UAntwerpen, and Jasmien HERSSENS, UHasselt, Belgium

The paradigm shift in home culture exhibitions in Flanders during the second half of the twentieth century

17.00 Conclusion

 

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