MAAT

Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology – Central Tejo

Retroactive

EVA, Tapis Rouge, in Carrefour-Feuilles, Haiti © Etienne Pernot du Breuil

Retroactive explores the suturing tools of communities in urgent need of architectural solutions that may reconcile their sense of belonging and spatial dignity. One-third of humanity still lives in vulnerable places due to overcrowding, lack of resources and basic service infrastructure. The exhibition is a call to look at the potential for intervention in these broken and marginalised territories, showing cases developed in several cities around the globe through seven public initiatives and ten practices that work on these issues.

Annotated tours to Retroactive exhibition

90 minutes, free, booking required: tours@trienaldelisboa.com

Wed. 05/10, 15h:  Cristina Veríssimo and Diogo Burnay, chief curators of Terra (Portuguese)
Sat. 15/10, 15h: Teresa Alfaiate and Teresa Novais, Universities Award proponents (Portuguese)
Sat. 29/10, 11h: José Pablo Ambrosi and Loreta Castro Reguera, curator of the exhibition (English)
Sun. 04/12, 11h: Helena Jerónimo and João Queiroz e Lima – Casca, exhibition design (Portuguese)
Mon. 05/12, 15h: Ana Vaz Milheiro, architect and researcher (Portuguese) — NEW

The Book

Format: 16,8 x 22,4 cm

Price: € 18

120p

EN

ISBN: 978-989-33-3797-4

Retroactive © Luisa Ferreira

This book is part of a collection of pocket-size books for the sixth edition of Lisbon Architecture Triennale, edited by the curators of this exhibition and published in partnership with Circo de Ideias.

Through eight essays focusing on pressing issues in the architectural and urban design fields, Retroactive book reflects on the challenges and opportunities in addressing broken cities, which fail to provide services and optimal liveable conditions to their inhabitants, and in which one third of humanity dwells. Migration, land tenure, water, sanitation, overcrowding, waste, violence, and mobility are the guiding topics explored by the authors, creating a heterogeneous corpus of knowledge nurturing past, present, and future discussions on the fragile and constantly evolving relationship between human life and its environment.

Colophon

Editorial Concept

Loreta Castro Reguera and José Pablo Ambrosi

Essays by

Alberto Bolaños

Anthony Acciavatti

Cary Siress

José Pablo Ambrosi

Jota Samper

Kate Ascher

Laila Iskandar

Loreta Castro Reguera

Marc Angélil

Pablo Goldin

Rahul Mehrotra

Román Meyer

Sol Camacho

Translation of Román Meyer Falcón’s essay

Carla Ferreira de Castro

Copy Editing and Proofreading

Will Jennings

Published by

Circo de Ideias: Magda Seifert, Pedro Baía – Editorial Coordination; Beatriz Takahashi, Catarina Matos, Patrícia Coelho – Editorial Assistants

Graphic Design

barbara says…: Cláudia Castelo, António Silveira Gomes – Project Lead; Luísa Tudela – Design Assistant

Curators

Loreta Castro Reguera, José Pablo Ambrosi

Assistant Curators

Alberto Bolaños, Pablo Goldin Marcovich

Participants

Base Urbana + Pessoa Arquitetos

CONNATURAL

Colectivo C733

EVA Studio

Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman

OOZE

Orient Occident Atelier

PICO COLECTIVO

ROOT Studio

Rural Urban Framework

Special Participation

Azra Aksamija

Melina Philippou

Universities Represented

Instituto Superior de Agronomia da Universidade de Lisboa (ISA)

Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia da Universidade de Coimbra (FCTUC)

Dalhousie University School of Architecture

University of Virginia School of Architecture

Exhibition Design

CASCA Arquitectura e Design

Graphic Design

barbara says…

Project Coordinator

Ricardo Batista

Production Assistants

Adrià Garrido Verdu

Raquel Sá Pereira

Assembly

Bruno Cecilio, Daniela Esteves, Joana Pinto Oliveira, Gustavo Café, Rui Matuto, Samuel Silva, Rafael Sabino, Diogo Santos

Tijuana Pavilion Construction

Bonifácio Figueiredo, LDA

Translations and Proofreading

Kennis Translations

Audiovisual

João Timóteo

Audiovisual Editing

João Moura

Model Production

FabLab Lisboa

Acknowledgments

For all the support: Taller Capital, FA UNAM,  Holcim Foundation, SEDATU

For the support and advice in the production of the models: Carlos Roque, Rafael Calado, André Martins, Marcelo Moletta – FabLab Lisboa 

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