Conversations

Conversations

Terra's programme is enriched by proposals for participation and debate that will take place during the months of the Triennale at Palácio Sinel de CordesCasa da Cerca - Contemporary Art Centre, in Almada, and at MNAC - National Museum of Contemporary Art.

New Temporality

The closing weekend of Terra includes an international meeting of the eight institutions that make up the three-year exchange and mobility programme New Temporality, from Lisbon to Tbilisi. under the concept of new temporalities. The audience is invited to participate and share their contribution to this open forum around the topic of new temporalities in such a diverse geographical context.

Why Architecture Today?

An open debate builds a shared reflection on architecture’s relevance and responsibility towards society today. 26 November at 15h, in the gardens of MNAC, Warehouse Collective together with Pedro Gadanho will moderate this discussion while Miguel Magalhães will draw it up. A challenge for those who question themselves and want to think about ‘what are we doing here’.

Organisation: Colectivo Warehouse
Participants: Pedro Gadanho, Miguel Magalhães

Nonhuman Rights

Launch of the Spanish edition of the book Derechos no humanos y otros ensayos acerca de la arquitectura del bosque, published by Bartlebooth. This compilation of essays by the Brazilian architect and researcher Paulo Tavares ranges from the expropriations of indigenous communities in the Amazonian forests to the oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico. Using the tools of architecture and spatial research, these pages build alternative conceptual fields and practices to protect ecosystems and other entities (human and non-human) from the mass acceleration and extraction of resources.

The author Paulo Tavares and the editors Antonio Giráldez López and Pablo Ibáñez Ferrera (Bartlebooth) will present the book.

Author: Paulo Tavares
Introduction: María Ptqk
Publisher: Bartlebooth

40 Days

40 Days is a book that gathers the forty conversations from home, with architects, educators and curators. These are 40 colloquial conversations, which reveal visions in the context of this period and at the same time, convey images that explain other ways of observing, interpreting, explaining, responding, transforming and dissolving the reality of that present. The book launch consists of a talk with José Mateus, Ana Tostões and Andreia Garcia.

Contributors: Jorge Garcia Pereira, Ana Neiva, Nuno Grande, Inês Moreira, Pedro Campos Costa, Ana Jara, Tiago Mota Saraiva, Mariana Pestana, Luis Baptista, Lucinda Correia, Pedro Novo, Dulcineia Santos, Luis Santiago Baptista, Paula Melâneo, Sérgio Fazenda Rodrigues, Patrícia Barbas, André Tavares, Teresa Novais, Pedro Vada, Fabrícia Valente, Pedro Gadanho, Mariana Sendas, Pedro Bragança, Giovanna Borasi, Pedro Bandeira, Maria Melo, Carlos Antunes, Alexandra Cruz, Miguel Figueira, Paula Santos, Jorge Mealha, Lara Seixo Rodrigues, Nuno Sampaio, Rita Aguiar Rodrigues, João Crisóstomo, Eliana sousa Santos, Bernardo Brito Abreu, Mafalda Rangel, José Mateus, Ana Tostões.

Terra as Home

Terra as Home is an introduction to ecofeminism and the production of space divided into three modules: Planet, City and Home. Articulating theory and practice, thought and experimentation, the course is interscalar, intersectional and decolonial. Through international conferences, workshops, as well as project and practice discussion sessions, a feminist vision of architecture emerges focused on care and sustainability of life and the planet.

Organisation: Mulheres na Arquitectura

Participants: Alicia Puleo, Arquitetura na Periferia, Ciudad del Deseo, Colectivo Frame, Col·lectiu Punt 6, Equal Saree, Habita, Hombres Tejedores, Inês Alves, Luísa de Pinho Valle, Margarida Botelho, Margarida Queirós, Núcleo Feminista da FAUP, Sofia Castelo, Sofia Zaragocín, Patti Anahory, Ponto de Encontro, Adriana Souza, Jessica Helena de Lima, Josivete Pereira da Silva, Margarida Queirós

Terra as Home

Terra as Home is an introduction to ecofeminism and the production of space divided into three modules: Planet, City and Home. Articulating theory and practice, thought and experimentation, the course is interscalar, intersectional and decolonial. Through international conferences, workshops, as well as project and practice discussion sessions, a feminist vision of architecture emerges focused on care and sustainability of life and the planet.

Organisation: Mulheres na Arquitectura

Participants: Alicia Puleo, Arquitetura na Periferia, Ciudad del Deseo, Colectivo Frame, Col·lectiu Punt 6, Equal Saree, Habita, Hombres Tejedores, Inês Alves, Luísa de Pinho Valle, Margarida Botelho, Margarida Queirós, Núcleo Feminista da FAUP, Sofia Castelo, Sofia Zaragocín, Patti Anahory, Ponto de Encontro, Adriana Souza, Jessica Helena de Lima, Josivete Pereira da Silva, Margarida Queirós

Inhabited Infrastructures – new date

This intervention exposes an innovative vision in the field of architecture and urbanism as proposed by the Triennale’s visionary line. It tells the story of the ideas that led to the formulation of the exhibited urban project Cities (Un)made by Segregated Transport Infrastructures. This way, a new model of adaptation and integration of this type of infrastructure in Chilean intermediate cities is presented, designed specifically for the Ribera Norte train in the city of Concepción: a building-viaduct. All this is intended to highlight the action-research process that made it possible to present a counter-proposal to the regional government of Bío Bío facing the Ribera Norte Urban Recovery Plan (PRURN) and which, therefore, could come to fruition in the upcoming decades.

Author and curator: Filipe Temtem

Organisation: ELEMENTAL Chair, PUC Chile

Three Parties in Wonderland

How can a party reveal and transform our bodily practices in the urban public space? With a scenography inspired by the dance floor, performative interventions and festive experiences explore the movement in the city, inviting the audience’s immersive participation, in the context of the exhibition Multiplicity.

Organisation: Theatrum Mundi, à la sauvette

Authors: Fani Kostourou, John Bingham-Hall, Pablo Castillo Luna, Ernesto Ibáñez Galindo, Héctor Suárez

Participants: Habibitch, Rafael Alvarez, Sara Wookey, Takako Hasegawa

Experiencing Sense(s)

This experimental programme brings the body to the fore and exploits the relation of sensory experience and sense making. By inviting investigation of and with the body, the architectural discourse meets somatic practices, physical thinking, and bodily forms of knowing.

Authors: Barbara Galli-Jescheck, Virginie Roy, Katharina Voigt, Maureen Zollinger

Terra as Home

Terra as Home is an introduction to ecofeminism and the production of space divided into three modules: Planet, City and Home. Articulating theory and practice, thought and experimentation, the course is interscalar, intersectional and decolonial. Through international conferences, workshops, as well as project and practice discussion sessions, a feminist vision of architecture emerges focused on care and sustainability of life and the planet.

Organisation: Mulheres na Arquitectura

Participants: Alicia Puleo, Arquitetura na Periferia, Ciudad del Deseo, Colectivo Frame, Col·lectiu Punt 6, Equal Saree, Habita, Hombres Tejedores, Inês Alves, Luísa de Pinho Valle, Margarida Botelho, Margarida Queirós, Núcleo Feminista da FAUP, Sofia Castelo, Sofia Zaragocín, Patti Anahory, Ponto de Encontro, Adriana Souza, Jessica Helena de Lima, Josivete Pereira da Silva, Margarida Queirós

Tracing Data Exhaust in Conflict Zones

Our digital ecology shapes, redesigns and controls the built environment. Based on a survey of surveillance infrastructures – power lines, cables and antennas – this workshop explores the relationship between human beings and their digital footprint. The aim is to track the metadata that expand and constrain human relationships and track the production of data that link our bodies to conflict zones, near or far.

Author: Jumanah Abbas

Terra-Collar Work

The project addresses the urgency of reimagining the design of work in the climate change context, through the reorientation of infrastructure, information systems, professionals and technologies. How will this effort be coordinated at the micro and macro scale, and what forms of work will be needed? A three-day workshop is followed by an installation.

Curators: Gregg Tendai, Juaniko Moreno, Nastia Volynova

Before the Election We Are Absolute, Then Destitute

Global capitalism produces an informal fabric that constitutes a mode of urbanisation that requires the understanding of the populations’ way of life, instead of applying hegemonic models previously conceived and imported from other geographies. In Cape Verde, Iniciativa Outros Bairros have started the regeneration of Alto de Bomba, based on the daily life of the local population, through the construction and activation of public space, starting with listening to reflect on alternatives to public policies that acknowledge the informal as a form of urbanisation.

Curators: Nuno Flores, Elaine de Pina, Erikson Fortes

Participants: Maísa Fortes

Terramorphosis

How is matter intentional? This question concerns many disciplines, yet architecture is particularly well positioned to answer where all questions about form meet, whether organic, built, or information. Terramorphosis brings together architects, artists, biologists, mathematicians, mediologists and philosophers in this effort to question the intentionality of matter through form.

Curators: Scott Lash, Juliana Kei, Pier Paolo Motta

Participants: Katherine Hayles, Michael Keith, Alessandro Sarti, Shiqiao Li, Esther Lorenz, Abdoumaliq Simone, Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent, Morgane Tschiember, Giuseppe Longo, Adam Bobette, Patricia Ribault

City and Feminisms

City and Feminisms, urban space politics and poetics question the patriarchal and productivist way of conceptualising social space in contemporary cities in order to imagine the city from an intersectional gender perspective. This cycle refocuses the debate around architecture from fundamental contributions that help collectively reflect on the potentiality of the city to become a common space, enhancing greater spatial, social and ecological justice.

Organisation: Descampado Ocupado

Curators: Joana Braga, Catarina Botelho

Design: Vivóeusébio

Participants: Doina Petrescu, Zaida Muxi, Col-lectiu Punt 6, colectivo MAAD, INMUNE, Gaya de Medeiros, Maria Gil, Paula Cardoso, Liliana Coutinho, Luísa Semedo, Maribel Mendes Sobreira, Paula Cardoso, colectivo AFAVA

Talk Talk Talk

Talk Talk Talk

We have brought together different voices with a fundamental contribution to the debate around Terra. Personalities ranging from architecture to anthropology or social activism make up a mosaic of perspectives on whyhow and for whom.

Participants: Arjun Appadurai, Alexander D’Hooghe, Keller Easterling, Marta Sequeira, Marc Angélil, Charlotte Malterre-Barthes, Rahul Mehrotra, Pedro Gadanho, Anupama Kundoo, Erik Stenberg, Ernst Götsch,Marc Leiber, Inês Dantas

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Exhibitions

01 Oct. - 04 Dec.

Visionaries

Tuesday to Sunday: 11h—18h (closed on Monday)
Culturgest

Activities

Today

Cycles with Nature

Saturday: 15/10, 11h
Saturday: 04/12, 11h
CCB – Garagem Sul

Tours

Today

Annotated tour to Cycles exhibition

Sunday: 15h
CCB – Garagem Sul
90 minutes, free, booking required: tours@trienaldelisboa.com

Tours

Today

Annotated tour to Retroactive exhibition

Sunday: 11h
MAAT – Central Tejo
90 minutes, free, booking required: tours@trienaldelisboa.com

Exhibitions

until 05 Dec.

(Un)Made Cities by Segregated Transport Infrastructures

Tuesday to Sunday: 11h—19h (closed on Monday)
Palácio Sinel de Cordes
Admission free

Activities

until 05 Dec.

Treasure Hunt at the Palace

Tuesdays to Sunday: 11h—19h
Palácio Sinel de Cordes

Activities

until 05 Dec.

Brincapé in the Patio

Tuesdays to Sunday: 11h — 19h
Palácio Sinel de Cordes

Exhibitions

until 05 Dec.

Terra Infirma – Terra Incognita

Tuesday to Sunday: 11h—19h
Palácio Sinel de Cordes
Admission free

Exhibitions

until 05 Dec.

The Clothed Home

Tuesday to Sunday: 11h—19h
Palácio Sinel de Cordes
Free admission

Exhibitions

until 05 Dec.

Retroactive

Wednesday to Monday: 10h—19h
MAAT – Central Tejo

Exhibitions

until 30 Dec.

River Somes

Thursday to Sunday: 12h—18h
Carpintarias de S. Lázaro

Exhibitions

until 08 Jan.

Descrição do conteúdo da imagem

Multiplicity

Tuesday to Friday: 10h—13h / 14h—18h
weekends and holidays: 10h—14h / 15h—18h
MNAC

Tours

until 12 Feb.

Guided Tours for Groups

Duration: 60 to 90 minutes
Capacity: varies per exhibition; large groups must be divided
Price: varies per exhibition
Booking for various venues: tours@trienaldelisboa.com (min 7 days in advance)

Exhibitions

until 12 Feb.

Cycles

Tuesday to Sunday: 10h—18h
CCB – Garagem Sul

Exhibitions

until 26 Mar.

Disquietude: Architecture and Energy in Portugal

Tuesday to Sunday: 10h—13h, 14h—18h
Municipal Galleries – Avenida da India Gallery

Municipal Galleries – Avenida da India Gallery

c. e. m. – Centro em Movimento

Casa da Cerca – Contemporary Art Centre

Palácio Sinel de Cordes

Carpintarias de S. Lázaro

Gulbenkian – Auditorium 2

MAAT – Central Tejo

MNAC – National Museum of Contemporary Art

Culturgest

CCB – Garagem Sul