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  • Seda ZIREK, The Dripping Table.
    paris FRANCE

    Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture
    critics: Ricardo de OSTOS & Christian DELECLUSE

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Tom BENARD: This project challenges the narrow condition that has always existed between the human and the architectural, following the human being in his or her fantasy of transcendence. Spiritual and mystical architectures have often taken hybrid shape between a spiritual and physical attempt to reach a higher state of wisdom and understanding. This project speculates on the opportunities offered to us in this new millennium, analyzing transhumanism as a contemporary expression of mysticism.

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  • Hidden Orchestra
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    critics: SIr Peter COOK & Ricardo de OSTOS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Alice LABOUREL: The Ballet School project is an attempt to render subjective experience as objective reality. It recreates so-called actual / physical reality out of perceived reality—that is, to build the real from one’s experience. Architecture allows users to interact with, react to, and be stimulated by the spaces they inhabit. In addition, this architecture allows inhabitants to construct their own realities by filling in the gaps, like a child using his/her imagination.

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  • Jonas BRAOUDÉ, The Last Wilderness.
    paris FRANCE

    Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture
    critic : Ricardo de Ostos

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project:

    Jonas BRAOUDÉ: Today most of us are aware of human impacts on our planet. Despite the efforts of environmentalists one question still remains: Are we the last witnesses of the last wilderness?

    The project takes place in a global deforestation issues. It focused on the emergence of a significant threat to the mangrove coastal forests in Madagascar: the shrimp farming industry.

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  • Interpretations: Discerning Fictions
    new york NEW YORK

    Third annual symposium hosted by the Critical, Curatorial, & Conceptual Practices in Architecture class of 2014, GSAPP, Columbia University. The symposium will take the form of a series of roundtable seminars with invited guests from varied backgrounds. In each roundtable, panelists will briefly present a provocation, statement, or paragraph responding to the day’s thematic concerns, oscillating between architecture, writing, and exhibition-making.

    symposium: “Interpretations: Discerning Fictions” with EASTERLING, LAI, MARTÍNEZ, NIERMANN, de OSTOS, VON SCHLEGELL, SCOTT, WASIUTA, & WIGLEY
    Saturday, 04/20
    12.30 pm / Studio-X NYC
    180 Varick St.
    New York, NY 10014

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