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Friction Atlas x Meeting Grounds Public Panel Discussion

With guest speakers: Giuditta Vedrame and Paolo Patelli (Friction Atlas), Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (legal scholar, theorist and artist), Recetas Urbanas (architecture collective) and Heleen de Hoon (theatre practitioner and dramaturge).

In many countries around the world, public places, sites of living and work have been marked by new rules and regulations. Colored circles, lines and arrows show us how to move, the path to follow, where and how to stay, redesigning our mobility and our daily interactions.
With the idea of ​​starting a reflection on the use of public space – which is now increasingly regulated, limited and reduced – since 2014 Paolo Patelli and Giuditta Vendrame, through the project Friction Atlas collect, classify and make visible the laws, rules and devices that regulate the way people move, meet, use and gather in public space.
Within the framework of Meeting Grounds we will discuss the conditions of performativity and public space, law and protocols and art and theory with Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (legal scholar, theorist and artist), Recetas Urbanas (architecture collective) and Heleen de Hoon (theatre practitioner and dramaturge).
Join us on Thursday 1 October from 17.00-19.30 for this public panel discussion hosted at Onomatopee and as part of the Meeting Grounds Edition #2 Strijp-S public programme.
This event will be held physically in the Onomatopee space, as well as digitally via Zoom and Youtube.
Please note that places for the physical event are limited, so places must be reserved by emailing amy@onomatopee.net.
This event has been made possible thanks to the support of Cultuur Eindhoven.
Guest Speakers
Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos
Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos is an academic, an artist and a fiction author. Andreas works with performance, photography and text, as well as sculpture and painting. He has performed at the 58th Venice Art Biennale 2019, the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, the Tate Modern, Inhotim Instituto de Arte Contemporânea Brazil, the Danish Royal Cast Collection, the Royal Music Academy of Sweden, and other institutions, and has shown his photography and text (picpoetry) at the London College of Communication, The Arebyte Gallery, the Palais de Tokyo etc, and currently collaborating with Danielle Arnaud Gallery London and Venice. He is a fiction author, with his first book The Book of Water published in Greek and currently translated and prepared for publication in English, Italian and French. He is also Professor of Law & Theory at the University of Westminster, and founder and Director of The Westminster Law & Theory Lab, as well as permanently affiliated to the University Institute of Architecture, Venice since 2009. His academic books include the monographs Absent Environments (2007), Niklas Luhmann: Law, Justice, Society (2009), and Spatial Justice: Body Lawscape Atmosphere (2014).
Santiago Cirugeda – Recetas Urbanas
After 7 years of individual work, Santiago Cirugeda created in 2003 the Recetas Urbanas architectural studio continuing the development of subversive projects in different areas of the urban reality that would help to cope with the complicated social life of it. From systematic occupations of the public spaces made with containers until the construction of prosthesis for facades, backyards, roofs and empty lots. All of these done, through a negotiation process between the legality and illegality, as a way to remember the enormous control we are subjected.
Heleen de Hoon
Heleen de Hoon is the director of the master program Performing Public Space at Fontys Arts University in Tilburg, the Netherlands. The international program was founded in 2017 and focuses on artistic research and practice in public space.
Heleen completed her Master of Arts at Utrecht University, specializing in theatre studies. Heleen is also a teacher in the performing arts, with a background in theatre and dramaturgy. At Fontys Arts University but also on other international platforms, she teaches both practical and theoretical subjects, such as concept development, dramaturgy, research and performance since 2011.
Organisers:
Paolo Patelli
Paolo Patelli manipulates spatial practice and artistic research. Through often collaborative enquiries, he engages critically with the materialities, scenes and atmospheres at the intersections of space and society, technologies and environments. He is Associate Lector and Tutor at the Design Academy Eindhoven; Research Associate at the Research Center for Material Culture; and Core Tutor in the Studio for Immediate Spaces (Sandberg Instituut). He is a 2020/2021 Fellow at the Akademie Schloss Solitude. He was a 2019/2020 Research Fellow at Het Nieuwe Instituut. He was artist-in-residence at the Jan van Eyck Academie in Maastricht (2017/18). He collaborated with the Programme d’Expérimentation en Arts Politiques at Sciences Po (Paris), and taught at The New School’s Parsons Paris. He contributed to the Dutch Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia. He holds a PhD from Politecnico di Milano. He lives and works in Amsterdam.
Giuditta Vendrame
Through her work, Giuditta Vendrame explores the intersections between design, art practice, and legal systems, focusing on personhood, space and mobility. She looks into the spatial implications of codes and regulations, finding intentional as well as unintended opportunities across and different spatial scales, from the urban ground to the international jurisdictions. Her work has been exhibited and presented at Walker Art Center, Philadelphia Museum of Art, IZOLYATSIA Kiev, STUK Leuven, Dutch Pavilion at Architecture Biennial Venice, Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam, YARAT Contemporary Art Space, Baku, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Ludwig Forum for International Art Aachen, IABR – International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam, CCA Kitakyushu, Dortmunder U, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, OCAT Shenzhen, A/D/O New York, Future Architecture Platform, Projeto Fidalga, São Paulo, BIO 50, 24th Biennial of Design, MAO, Marres Maastricht.
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Meeting Grounds Edition 2: Strijp-S

Strijp-S is a hybrid space that embodies the individual and collective cultural histories and heritages of Eindhoven’s industrial past, whilst also existing as a zone that represents the technological and design-focussed future of the city, making it both a compelling and complex composite public domain that bridges the public and private, the tangible and intangible and space and non-space.

The combination of public places, green spaces and open courtyards, artist ateliers, design studios and luxury shops and cafes that make up Strijp-S today, constructs it as an almost perfect case study for urban renewal and gentrification of the city. Whereas the industrial landscape of the area makes its workers’ pasts almost unforgettable, leading us to question who or what exactly makes up the “public” of this public space.
Meeting Grounds Edition #2 seeks to examine the site of Strijp-S as a composite public space that bridges public and private, space and non-space and embodies generation after generation of tangible and intangible heritage. Through a free public programme of workshops, lectures and events and a subsequent zine-publication we want to explore Strijp-S as a site of industrial-cultural heritage, to investigate the multiple and often erased histories of the area alongside understanding Strijp-S as a space of innovation and cultural activity. For Edition 2 we wish to understand how multiple narratives, realities and histories can sit side-by-side in one singular space, in turn examining the process of a designed cultural heritage through the lens of public space. We therefore ask: who is given access to shape and inform this place and space for the city and imagine it’s cultural past and future?
To embark on this active research and presentation we draw from ideas of cultural heritage and urban commons to look at topics of space and non-space, shared cultural history, collective ownership, city integration and branding and changing the urban landscape of Eindhoven. To explore Strijp-S’s hazy relationship with public space and its long and complex tangible and intangible cultural history within the city of Eindhoven
oktober 01 2020

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Datum: 1 oktober 2020
Tijd: 17:00 - 19:30
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