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Visionaries

Selgascano, Second Home Hollywood offices, 2019, Los Angeles California © Iwan-Baan

What are the visions of architects, artists, designers and engineers who aspire to systematically change the world? This exhibition explores visionary creation processes and authorships that propose an alternative order. Their projects, more than mere physical and spatial structures, are ambitious and controversial prescriptions for planetary strategies. In many different forms, from the bedroom scale to city models, these radical prototypes are open to being productively interpreted, not just replicated, by future generations.

Annotated tours to Visionaries exhibition

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

Sun. 09/10, 15h: Cristina Veríssimo and Diogo Burnay, chief curators of Terra (Portuguese)
Sun. 30/10, 11h: Anastasia Smirnova, exhibition curator (English)
Sun. 13/11, 15h: Andreia Garcia, Architectural Affairs (Portuguese)
Sun. 27/11, 15h: Alexandra Paio, architect and researcher (Portuguese)
Sat. 03/12, 11h: Carine Pimenta and Daniel Zamarbide – Bureau, exhibition design (English)

The Book

Format: 16,8 x 22,4cm

Price: € 18

144p

EN

ISBN: 978-989-53836-0-3

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.

The project Visionaries – an exhibition and a publication – explores both the process and agents of visionary design production in the age of the next grand narrative. It focuses on the visions by architects, designers, and engineers, who want to change the world systemically. The exhibition participants and the authors of this book aspire to impose an alternative order of things and create not just beautiful physical structures or objects, but ambitious, and, at times, controversial prescriptions for future action. In this way or another, all of them are interested in new models and prototypes that are supposed to be interpreted – not simply replicated! – in multiple productive ways, also by future generations.

Colophon

Editorial Concept and Interviews by

Anastassia Smirnova with SVESMI

Essays by

Alexander D’Hooghe
Anastassia Smirnova
Andrés Jaque
Anupama Kundoo
Aristide Antonas
bplus.xyz
Caroline Voet
Cristina Veríssimo &
Diogo Burnay
Débora Mesa Molina
Peter Mensinga
Winy Maas

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

Curator

Anastassia Smirnova with SVESMI

Co-curators

Anupama Kundoo (Tabula Rasa), Caroline Voet (Contemplating Space)

Curatorial Assistants

Valerie Borisova, Laura Steenbeke

Participants

Andrés Jaque / Office For Political Innovation

Aristide Antonas

bplus.xyz

Bruno Munari

Charlotte Malterre-Barthes

Dom Hans Van Der Laan & Caroline Voet

Ensamble Studio

Galina Balashova

MVRDV

ORG Permanent Modernity

Roger Anger & Anupama Kundoo

Rohan Chavan

SVESMI

Selgascano

StudioSpaceStation

ABT Engineers

OBSCURA

The Tokyo Toilet Project

Tomoaki Uno

Ultimate Compost Club

Video artists

Elena Koptiaeva, Mila Baumann, Nuno Cera

Universities Represented

Bergen School of Architecture (BAS)

Bio-integrated Design Lab, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

Cork Centre for Architectural Education, UCC & MTU

Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering

Exhibition Design

Bureau (Daniel Zamarbide, Carine Pimenta, Galliane Zamarbide)

Graphic Design

barbara says…

Project Coordinator

Marta Moreira

Acknowledgements

For their inspiration, conversations, suggestions, challenges or critical comments: Alexander Sverdlov, Cristina Veríssimo, Diogo Burnay, Winy Maas, Nuno Cera 

For the access given to their archives: Anupama Kundoo, Caroline Voet, Museum of Cosmonautics, Rexit 

For their support: Auroville Foundation, Auroville Media Interface, Jacqueline Lacoste, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Van der Laan Stichting (Foundation), Roosenberg Abbey, The Nippon Foundation, Olga Grinkrug, Grupo la Musa, Mikaela Radesku, Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Second Home Hollywood

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