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KEYNOTE Catherine Mosbach, Landscape architect

Publié le 6 mai 2019 Mis à jour le 6 mai 2019

Within the framework of INK BRUSSELS 2019 the Landscape Chair is pleased to welcome Catherine Mosbach to present and discuss her current investigations through the medium of drawing. Through the day the topic « INK, SIGN, MATTER » will be debated through lectures and workshop. FREE Entrance.

Conference & workshop on Drawing & Making Landscapes / Chair: Thierry Kandjee

9:00 Revisiting & thickening the concept of palimpsest though ink drawing, Thierry Kandjee (Chair of landscape, Faculté d’Architecture, La Cambre Horta, ULB)

9:45 Affordance of Ink. How is memory embedded and transformed in rapidly changing urban landscapes ? Katrina Simon (RMIT University, Melbourne)

10:30 Covering and erasing. The emptied shapes of the Louvre-Lens park, Sonia Keravel (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Paysage, Versailles)

11:15 ‘Weather’ in choreography, architecture and landscape, Georges Pirson (Faculté d’Architecture, La Cambre Horta, ULB)
Workshop Materiality/Writing (with) the Earth

Time: 15:00 to 18:00, Location: Groundfloor, Espace Architecture, Faculté d’Architecture La Cambre Horta. Organisation: Kiran Katara, Thierry Kandjee and Georges Pirson (Faculté d’Architecture, La Cambre Horta, ULB) Participants: students and teachers from Faculté d’Architecture, La Cambre Horta, ULB; invited artists; public

19:00 Keynote Lecture. Landscape: a mesh to capture phenomena. Catherine Mosbach (Landscape Architect, Mosbach Paysagistes)

Extract from a conversation with Agnes Daval :
What you call writing is defined as a mesh finely woven to capture phenomena and, if possible, to record them, to retranscribe them in material and make them available to people. A mesh like a fishing net thrown into the sea in the hope of harvesting some small wonders of the world. I must say that many times I have been rewarded beyond my hopes. Our imagination is far from exhausting all possibilities and we must seize the chance to be surprised by what we do not yet know and what we could intuitively achieve. These are the foundations of an always-open dialogue, exposed to temporalities - in the sense of the weather and the passing of time - and to the appetite of curious small creatures, who, like me, can grab.

Writing is a tool but not an end in itself. It also carries with it the contradiction of wanting to 'master' vast territories and in the end leaving them open to biological impromptu. Drawing is the filter or script that allows a particular organism of developing to be displayed and spread. For the slowness of living processes to be identified as such, it is to be highlighted with contrasting, accelerated rhythms. It is appreciated and evaluated by the differential that it opposes to other rhythms. It is this condition in which one appreciates the progression of vegetal formations of several natures, which together set up the different environments
Date(s)
le 8 mai 2019

19h-21h00

Lieu(x)
Site Flagey

Auditoire Victor Bourgeois

Faculté d’Architecture La Cambre Horta, ULB.

Place E Flagey 19, 1050 Bruxelles