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PART 3: Bangkok 2016

When: January 17 – January 24, 2016
Where: Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok (INDA)

Third of the successful series of workshops City X Disaster takes place in Bangkok. An ongoing collaboration between universities world-wide supported by the United Nations in New York continues in SE Asia focusing on “slow disasters” that are, often times, as radical and life-changing as any disaster in the city.

with
Ivan Kroupa & Jana Moravcova (UMPRUM)
Alicia Lazzaroni, Antonio Bernacchi
(INDA Chulalongkorn University)

www.cityxdisaster.org

Martin to give a presentation on his research Parallel Porosity focused on translucency in architecture. The conference is organized as a collaboration and interdisciplinary dialog between Prague Art Institutions – AMU, UMPRUM, AVU.

4.XI.2015
Galerie HAMU, Praha 1
Malostranské náměstí 13

http://teritoria.amu.cz/