8/6/2023, 6-7.30 PM (German)
City Walk II: On gender in public space with Céline Baumann
This walk led by landscape architect Céline Baumann intends to discuss how the decisions of our policymakers are impacting the urban environment. We will look at public space through an intersectional lens and examine street signs, urban trees, statues, sport amenities, playgrounds and urban furniture amongst others.
Meeting Point/Introduction: S AM Foyer
Costs: CHF 12.-, red. CHF 8.-
The S AM Swiss Museum of Architecture will be open during ART Basel as follows:
Sun, 11/06/2023: 11 am-2 pm
Mon, 12/06/2023: 10 am-8 pm
Tue, 13/06/2023: 10 am-8 pm
Wed, 14/06/2023: 10 am-10 pm
Thu, 15/06/2023: 10 am-8 pm
Fri, 16/06/2023: 10 am-8 pm
Sat, 17/06/2023: 10 am-8 pm
Sun, 18/06/2023: 10 am-8 pm
Homo Urbanus – A Citymatographic Odyssey by Bêka & Lemoine
For fifteen years now, Bêka & Lemoine have been investigating how people relate to space: how they inhabit it, how they appropriate it, and how they shape it. Their extensive, and still ongoing, film project ‘Homo Urbanus’ depicts the peculiar species of the urban dweller by exploring the daily life of ten world cities.
Shot with sensorial vitality and unusual proximity, these films question how the built environment affects human behavior by framing, ordering, and directing the way we collectively make use of space in the city.
15/04/ - 28/05/2023
Architectural Models in 1:1 Scale. Photographs by David K. Ross
KUNST MERAN im Haus der Sparkasse
In 2021, the S AM Swiss Architecture Museum in Basel used. Ross’s series as the starting point for an exhibition to explore the extended potential of mock-ups between what is simulation and reality. The exhibition at Kunst Meran / Merano Arte, on the other hand, focuses on the critical interface between planning and execution – one that does not exist in either the regional or national context of South Tyrol or Italy. And poses the question: why not?
Photos: © David K. Ross
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Architectuul*, Atelier LUMA Arles, Architekturos Fondas Vilnius*, Barleti University Tirana, BETA Timișoara Architecture Biennial*, BINA Društvo arhitekata Beograda*, Copenhagen Architecture Festival*, Dani arhitekture Sarajevo*, Design Academy Eindhoven, dpr-barcelona*, Društvo arhitekata Istre*, Eesti Arhitektuurimuuseum Tallinn*, ETSAM UPM Madrid, Fakulteta za arhitekturo Univerze v Ljubljani, FAAD Notre Dame University-Louaize, Fondazione MAXXI Roma*, Forecast Berlin*, Fundacio Mies van den Rohe Barcelona, HDA Haus der Architektur Graz*, Irish Architecture Foundation, Kosovo Architecture Foundation*, Oslo Architecture Triennale*, S AM Schweizerisches Architekturmuseum*, Tbilisi Architecture Biennale*, TU Wien Gebäudelehre und Entwerfen, Theatrum Mundi Paris*, Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa*, VI PER Gallery Praha*
*Previously members of the Future Architecture platform
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