Each of the conference keynotes is accompanied by a “Denkraum” (Round Table). The “Denkräume” provide a focused continuation of debates initiated by the keynotes, opening them up and supplementing them with perspectives and statements from keynote speakers and other experts.
To join one of the “Denkräume”, you have to register by 15 May 2016. To register, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title of the “Denkraum” you would like to attend. You can also register to join a number of “Denkräume”, if you wish.
We will confirm your place by email and reserve a ticket in your name. Reserved tickets have to be collected from the Akademie ticket desk at the latest 90 minutes before the Denkraum begins.
All the “Denkräume” are held in English. They will also be transmitted in audio to the auditorium (Studio) to allow a larger audience to follow the discussions or visitors to listen in as they wish.
There is no need to register for the keynotes or other programme events at the conference.
Friday, 20 May
PUBLIC SPACE AS SURVIVAL STRATEGY
4 – 5 pm
Keynote: Peter Cachola Schmal: Arrival Cities as a Bazaar
5.30 – 7 pm
Denkraum: Ana Dana Beroš, Raquel Rolnik, Tiago Mota Saraiva, Peter Cachola Schmal
PUBLIC SPACE AS CONTESTED SPACE
9 – 10 pm
Keynote: Omar Nagati
10.30 pm – midnight
Denkraum: Renato Cymbalista, Pedro Gadanho, Elpida Karaba, Omar Nagati
Saturday, 21 May
PUBLIC SPACE AS A MILITARIZED ENVIRONMENT
11 am – 12 pm
Keynote: Léopold Lambert: State of Emergency Urbanism: From Cairo to Brussels, the Police is the Architect
12.30 – 2 pm
Denkraum: Nana Adusei-Poku, Marvi Mazhar, ArchiDebout, Léopold Lambert
THE SYMBOLISM OF PUBLIC SPACE
3 – 4 pm
Keynote: Eva Franch i Gilabert: Fights and Fictions
4.30 – 6 pm
Denkraum: Katja Aßmann, Angelika Fitz, Tentative Collective, Zuloark, Eva Franch i Gilabert
PUBLIC SPACE AS COUNTERSTRATEGY
8 – 9.30 pm
Denkraum: Jaakko Blomberg, Danijela Dugandžić, Sophie Wolfrum, Maurice Specht, Arno Brandlhuber
10 – 11 pm
Keynote: Arno Brandlhuber: Counterstrategies to Capitalisation of Public Space