OTHER ECOLOGIES II. WHEN A CLASSROOM IS A SQUARE, AN INDIGENOUS TRIBE, A JUNGLE OR AN ABANDONED FACTORY.
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15th of March, 2021 - 17:00 CET.
Now that the classrooms – void of bodies – are meaningless, we travel to remote (or not so remote) places to learn from other universes, communities and spirits. In 60 minutes we visit Brasil, the indigenous tribe of Yawanawá to meet their female leader, remote villages in the North of Greece or South of Italy where groups of architects simply stay and be and do nothing, a public square in Getafe which is a school for those who look for energetic self sufficiency, and finally the Colombian jungle and the experience of the first self designed and soon self produced indigenous university.
The protagonists will take our hand and guide us into these classrooms which have no walls, but a ceiling full of stars and spirited learning souls.
Lecture by Ayara Mendo
Lecture by Christina Serifi
Lecture by Mae Durant
Lecture by Hernando Chindoy
Questions from edumeet, questions from guests and questions from the audience
Ayara Mendo -
Prácticas espaciales indígenas Yawanawá en la contemporaneidad
Professor of architectural projects at Architecture and Urbanism Faculty of the Universidad Federal de Rio de Janeiro.
Christina Serifi -
Oikeiôlogy: Educational practices on natural heritage
Greek architect and urbanist based in Berlin.
Mae Durant -
Ciudad biótica. Agroplaza Getafe
Maé Durant architect and urbanist, co founder of the all female architects collective Pezestudio and of the Zoohaus collective.
Hernando Chindoy -
El caso de la Universidad Biocultural Indígena Panamazónica Awai
Legal Representative of the Indigenous Territorial entitiy ATUN WASI IUIAI-AWAI of the Inga People of Colombia
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