Location: Skissernas Museum
Organiser: Skissernas Museum, SLU Alnarp och Institute for Sustainable Urbanism vid Technical University Braunschweig, Tyskland.
Transformations in the 21st century city is leading into and affecting the deepest rural areas, bringing along with it increasingly new forms of activities, infrastructures and social transformations.
To be able to anticipate these fast moving trends, the European countryside urgently needs to apply cross-disciplinary readings and invest in transnational co-operation.
This is the second symposium of Hinterlands+, a program initiated by LABLAB and funded by the Goethe Institut. The purpose of the symposium is a cross-disciplinary assessment of the current and future situation.
Speaker: Dr Peter Lang
Moderator: Daniel Urey, Head of LABLAB.
Panel: Caroline Dahl, Head of Movium SLU.
Partners: Skissernas Museum, Goethe institut, LABLAB, SLU ALNARP and R-LAB NA.
Dr Peter Lang have 25 years of experience in higher education and as former Professor at the Royal Institute of Art Institute in Stockholm. Dr. Peter Lang has developed and conducted courses in architecture, design, theory and history. He has curated major international exhibitions on Radical Italian Architecture, design history and urban research. He is an active member of the Rome based urban arts collective Stalker, and is founder of the advanced research platform R-lab NA, a cross-disciplinary theory and practice initiative focusing on society and the built environment.