The Irritant Principle of Renewal: 100 jaar Aldo & Hannie van Eyck

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The Irritant Principle of Renewal: 100 years of Aldo & Hannie van Eyck



Wednesday 28 November TU Delft



09.30 - 10.00 WELCOME & INTRODUCTION

BERLAGEZAAL

Dick van Gameren, Chair of the department of Architecture, TU Delft & Dirk van den Heuvel, Head of Jaap Bakema Study Centre.


10.00 - 10.45 OPENING LECTURE: FRANCIS STRAUVEN

BERLAGEZAAL

Aldo & Hannie van Eyck: in search of built meaning, Professor Emeritus Ghent University, and author of the first monograph on Aldo van Eyck.


10.45 - 11.00 Tea and coffee break


11.00 - 12.30 HISTORIOGRAPHY

BERLAGEZAAL

Chair: Carola Hein, TU Delft.

Musée Imaginaire: on the Van Eyck home in Loenen aan de Vecht, Alejandro Campos Uribe

In the path of the “in-between”: Brazilian repercussions of Aldo van Eyck’s concept, Anat Falbel, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Aldo van Eyck’s critique against Postmodernism: between the “configurative discipline” and “the irritant principle of renewal”, Marianna Charitonidou, NTUA Athens

Imaging the Human House, Andreas Kalpakci, ETH Zürich


12.30 - 13.45 Break


13.45 - 15.00 EDUCATION

BERLAGEZAAL

Chair: Andrej Radman, TU Delft

Architecture and social ecology: the role of visual ethnography in design education, Nelson Mota, TU Delft

Towards continuous renewal: Re-use design of 1970s architecture and design education, Lidwine Spoormans, TU Delft

Playgrounds as pedagogic tools for architecture students, Dirk Somers & Daniel Rosbottom, TU Delft


15.00 - 15.15 Tea and coffee break


15.15 - 16.30 ANTHROPOLOGY & ETHNOGRAPHY

BERLAGEZAAL

Chair: Heidi Sohn, TU Delft

Whatever happened in Mali: re-telling the story of the Dogon journey, Karin Jaschke, University of Brighton


Spirals of time: between Aldo van Eyck and Lina Bo Bardi, Beatriz Rocha, Aleph Zero Architecture

The impact of Aldo van Eyck on North American university curricula, Elisa Dainese, Dalhousie University, Halifax


16.30 - 17.15 KEYNOTE LECTURE: STANISLAUS VON MOOS

BERLAGEZAAL

Child, City, Artist: The Swiss Connection, by former Professor of Architecture History at TU Delft, and teacher at Mendrisio, Yale and Zürich.


18.00 - 19.00 PUBLIC LECTURE: HERMAN HERTZBERGER, LEARNING FROM VAN EYCK

OOSTSERRE

Known for his groundbreaking designs for schools and offices, Hertzberger is a RIBA Gold Medal medallist (2012) and was awarded with the Dutch BNA Kubus (1991). He was a professor of Architecture at TU Delft, and dean and founder of the Berlage, and a member on the famed editorial board of the Forum journal together with Aldo van Eyck and Jaap Bakema.



Thursday 29 November TU Delft / HNI



09.30 - 10.45 OTHER HISTORIES

BERLAGEZAAL

Chair: Jurjen Zeinstra, TU Delft

Jakoba Mulder and the Amsterdam playgrounds, Linda Vlassenrood, International New Town Institute


Van Eyck, Risselada and Lafour - the “other” architects, Daphne Bakker, TU Delft

The role of the ETH in the formation of Dutch female architects in the 1930s, Rixt Hoekstra, Vrije Academie, Amsterdam


10.45 - 11.00 Tea and coffee break


11.00 - 12.30 BETWEEN ART & ARCHITECTURE

BERLAGEZAAL

Chair: Jorge Mejia Hernandez, TU Delft

Two birds: Aldo van Eyck and Carel Visser, Janno Martens, Jaap Bakema Study Centre

The story of another way of drawing, Ellen Smit, Het Nieuwe Instituut

In-between, twin phenomena and the Court of Audit, Oliver Sack, Universität Siegen

The ball I threw: the exhibitions of Aldo and Hannie Van Eyck, Jorn Konijn, School of the Arts, Arnhem



20.00 - 21.00

PUBLIC LECTURE: CÉLINE CONDORELLI, SUPPORT STRUCTURES


AUDITORIUM / HNI

Céline Condorelli is a London and Lisbon-based artist and teacher. Her work is situated between visual art, education and curatorial practice. Some of her recent projects were inspired by Aldo van Eyck’s playgrounds and orphanage in Amsterdam; questioning the role of art within the urban environment through experimental contemporary art practices.

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