18 de abril de 2011


::: BORDERLESS ::: Session 2: 100% Analog ::: What is unique about communicating design? :::

::: Latin America has shown to be also a context where borders between disciplines, nations and language seem to have been over passed by the new architectural and design practices and modes of communication ::: Borderless is a 3-series event to address the emerging and more established means of communication that Latin America is using, reusing and introducing to create, curate and talk about design: digital, analog, performance ::: Is this second session we will be addressing the role of the editor, the index of a more and more multidimensional society, the democratization of media, and the use of media to create design and collaborative practices from the perspective of publishers. How relevant is the curatorial space for design in Latin America, especially within a context where access and exposure to a global network has so far been limited? :::

Guest speakers:
::: Lars Muller :::
Was born in Oslo in 1955, and although a Norwegian citizen, has been based in Switzerland since 1963. After an apprenticeship as a graphic designer and some years as a peripatetic student in the United States and Holland, Lars Muller returned to Switzerland in 1982 and established his studio in Baden. Since 1996, he has been a partner of Integral Concept, an interdisciplinary design group active in Paris, Milan, Zurich, Berlin, and Montreal. Muller started publishing books on typography, design, art, photography, and architecture in 1983 and, as Lars Muller Publishers, has produced some 300 titles to date. Recently, he has branched out into visually oriented books on social issues, such as human rights and ecology. He is a passionate educator and has taught at various universities in Switzerland and elsewhere in Europe. Since 2009 he has been a guest lecturer at Harvard's Graduate School of Design. Lars Muller is a member of AGI Alliance Graphique Internationale.

::: Bill Saunders :::
Founding editor of Harvard Design Magazine (HDM) at the Harvard GSD. He is author of Modern Architecture: Photographs by Ezra Stoller and editor of several books including Urban Design (with Alex Krieger); Nature, Landscape, and Building for Sustainability; The New Architectural Paradigm; Judging Architectural Value; Urban Planning Today; Sprawl and Suburbia; and Commodificaciton and Spectable in Architecture, as well as articles on Rem Koolhaas writing judgment of architecture, Christopher Alexander's writing, and poetry of the 1960's and 1970's. Saunders is currently preparing the next issue of HDM which will be on Latin America.

::: Uriel Fogué :::
Architect from the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, ETSAM. Since 2004 runs a platform of architectonic operations that integrates 4 main fields: (1) Teaching. Architectural Projects Design in several universities since 2001 including the Universidad Europea de Madrid, Universidad de Alicante, Instituto de Arquitectura Avanzada de Cataluna IAAC, Universidad Camilo Jose Cela, the Fundacion Mies van der Rohe, and ETSAM. (2) Research. Co-founder of the group (Inter)section of Philosophy and Architecture. Uriel completed two MPhil degrees from Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, and UNED University. (3) Comunication. Co-founder of the collective UHF - Association for contemporary investigation and co-editor of the publication UHF since 1998. Curator of the courses and exhibitions PopUp! and SoUp! (FUCOAM, 2004-05) and the exhibitions Post Post Post (CCBA, Buenos Aires, 2010) and Editorial Cocktail (Museo de Antioquia, Medellin, 2010). Constant contributor to various magazines and books. (4) Practice. Co-director of elii architecture office - currently develops several architecture and urban works and researches. His awards include the 2005 FAD prize, and in 2006 the Distinction of the Official College of Architects.

::: This event is free and open to the public :::For more information visit: http://www.gsd.harvard.edu/research/publications/hdm/

For event details contact: Paola Aguirre (paguirre@gsd.harvard.edu)

[Debate, GSD, 18th April 2011]

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