Spatial Practices Lecture Series: Ooze architects [Eva Pfannes & Sylvain Hartenberg]
Thursday, 6 November 2014 from 17:30 to 19:30 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
From microscale to Urban Change..
Ooze [Eva Pfannes & Sylvain Hartenberg] is an international architecture and design practice based in Rotterdam, working on art, architecture and urban projects internationally. Their works have been realised in Netherlands, France, Italy, Brazil, India and the UK.
Ooze believes that space is subjective. Users of any given space bring their own stories to bear upon it; they may develop it further using their interventions as a tool to change their culture of living. Ooze strives to be the catalyst for such processes imagining how to live in a sustainable city.
Along these lines, Ooze is currently working on a public art project on our very doorstep, together with Slovenian artist Marjetica Potrč, with whom Eva & Sylvain have collaborated since 2008: the Kings Cross Pond Club is due to open next year, and is on site now.
They will discuss past works, including Agua Carioca (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) and Wind Lift (Folkestone, UK), and introduce the project 'Of Soil and Water: Kings Cross Pond Club' at this talk, as part of the Spatial Practices Programme lecture.
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