Independent Projects

Independent Projects

The central programme of the Triennale 2022 is enhanced by exhibition projects that add to the debate on Terra. Many are collectively presented at Palácio Sinel de Cordes in two different stages, October and November, and the Carpintarias de São Lázaro and the Municipal Gallery of Avenida da Índia host the remaining two.

Lodgers

The semi-arid territory of Fly Ranch in northwest Nevada, home to the Burning Man festival, is marked by contradictions: a remote location with extreme climatic conditions, yet crisscrossed by industrial activity and teeming with life and traditions. Working with this cacophony, Lodgers gathers materials found here to build a family of fragile ‘living’ structures capable of housing different forms of life as temporary guests.

Authors: Zhicheng Xu, Mengqi Moon He, Stratton Coffman, Calvin Zhong, Wuyahuang Li

Baigala II

Geomythology is the study of landscape mythology that accounts for geological events, features, or phenomena in oral and written records and in the form of poetry or myths. Baigala II, an installation originally conceived for the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, is inspired by the Mongolian ‘ger’ to invite viewers to become part of the daily life of a herding family on Lake Tsohoor and to discover the geomyths around this site through a virtual reality experience.

Author: Deborah Tchoudjinoff
Presentation by the author: 02/10, 15h

After Plastics

After Plastics is a transitional landscape where microplastics play a critical role in the development of a new plant growth pattern, augmented through the intervention of the landscape architect. The garden is in continuous evolution through this new compositional stratum of the post-Anthropocene material: plastics. This exhibition is organised in a series of laboratories, ranging from emerging micro-ecologies to systems that generate novel material ecologies.

Organisation: KALA.studio

Authors: Andreea Vasile-Hoxha, Ergys Hoxha

Participants: James Stevens, Matt Nicolette, Annie Steele

Terra Infirma – Terra Incognita

Humanity ravenously roams the earth, on an incessant and insatiable search for the ‘terra firma’ of new worlds. In its stead we uncovered a Terra Infirma, a planet weakened by our desire to conquer and control the unknown. Terra Infirma – Terra Incognita charts a renewed course to unknow the world, where Palácio Sinel de Cordes is reimagined as a Sala del Mappamondo for the collective creation and preservation of Terra Incognita.

 

Authors: Joyce Hsiang, Bimal Mendis

(Un)Made Cities by Segregated Transport Infrastructures

Based on the study of a Chilean city (un)made by railways and motorways, the exhibition presents the prototype of a flyover that works as a ‘retroactive infrastructure’, capable of converting a physical barrier into an opportunity for urban growth and development: a city is thus (re)made, based on a new design model for segregated transportation infrastructures.

Organisation: ELEMENTAL Chair, PUC Chile

Author: Filipe Temtem

The Clothed Home

This exhibition explores the ways textiles have been used to reflect the pace of seasonal changes in home interiors. Today, as we spend most of our time in centrally heated flats and air-conditioned offices, we are indifferent to the subtleties of nature’s changing cycles. Remembering bygone domestic rituals may re-tune us to the seasons and lead us to pay more attention to their changes.

Organisation: Adam Mickiewicz Institute

Curator: Aleksandra Kędziorek

Artist: Alicja Bielawska

Exhibition Design: CENTRALA – Małgorzata Kuciewicz, Simone De Iacobis

Graphic Identity: Piotr Chuchla

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?

Curators: Gregg Tendai, Juaniko Moreno, Nastia Volynova

River Somes

This project proposes river regeneration and renaturation to connect the various communities that inhabit the city of Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and relate them to the local fauna and flora, far removed from their natural habitat on the banks of the river Somes. Through architecture, a multidisciplinary team joins forces for a new framework of dialogue and interaction that finds new answers to the problem of urban growth.

Authors: PRÁCTICA, Jaime Daroca Guerrero, José Mayoral Moratilla, José Ramón Sierra y Gómez de Leon

Collaborations: Amanda Castellano, José Manuel Arteaga, Sebastián Correa

Disquietude: Architecture and Energy in Portugal

Disquietude addresses the entanglement between architecture and energy in the 20th century, using Portugal as an example and considering current transformations. In the Anthropocene era, when humanity acts on Cycles and global systems, and at a time of climate crisis, architecture has a mediation role beyond active or passive solutions, through sociocultural reflection.

Organisation: Municipal Galleries

Curators: Lars Fischer and Kim Förster

Participants: Lara Almarcegui, Ateliermob, Christoph Brünggel, Nuno Cera, Marina Pinsky, Nuno Vasconcelos, among others

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Activities

19 Nov. - 27 Nov.

Imaginable Guidelines

Saturday and Sunday: 11h—19h
Palácio Sinel de Cordes and other venues
Free admission
Registration: actividades@trienaldelisboa.com

Conversations

25 Nov. - 27 Nov.

Terra as Home

Palácio Sinel de Cordes
Friday: 18h30
Casa da Cerca – Contemporary Art Centre
Saturday: 10h—22h
Sunday: 10h—17h30
Booking: info@mulheresnaarquitectura.pt

Tours

Today

Annotated tour to Visionaries exhibition

Sunday: 15h
Culturgest
90 minutes, subject to the purchase of an entrance ticket, booking required: tours@trienaldelisboa.com

Exhibitions

until 04 Dec.

Visionaries

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

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