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Title: Projections 5: Tales of the allotment
PerformerLecturePerformer: Soenen, Ruth
Devisch, Oswald
CreatorPhotographer: Bernakiewicz, Iwert
CreatorGraphicDesigner: Brusatto, Geoffrey
CreatorInstallationDesigner: Klaps, Jo
ContributorCurator: Devisch, Oswald
Roosen, Barbara
ContributorCoproducer: Van de Weijer, Marijn
Verbeeck, Griet
Martens, Sarah
ContributorProducer : Roosen, Barbara
Devisch, Oswald
Keywords: retrofitting; residential subdivisions; collective learning process
Issue Date: 2015
Start Date: 2015-10-21
Review Discipline: design en architectuur
Research Context: This exhibition is based upon different projects of the research cluster ‘Spatial Capacity Building’
Description: With the series Projections VAI and deSingel give stage to urban and architectural research in Flanders. Tales of the Allotment presents research about societal challenges of residential subdivision: under-usage, big ecological footprint, too little differentiation, unsalable houses, social tensions, etc. The main question of the exhibition is how to initiate a transition process towards a sustainable transformation of these subdivisions. The underlying hypothesis is that this would require a collective learning process among all those involved in such a subdivision. The exhibition tells five stories in which inhabitants, policy makers, designers, researchers and organisations initiate (and sustain) such a learning process and experiment with forms of collective habitation, small-scale business activities, generating renewable energy together, new coalitions and so on.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/20164
Link to publication: Sels, G 2015, Woningen door het volk, De Standaard 10-11 October, C10-11.
T’Jonck 2016, Verkavelingsdromen, A+257
Category: AOR
Type: Artistic/designerly creation
Appears in Collections: Artistic/designerly creations

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