Soft Storm: International Design Workshop
Research by design workshop on new queer monuments. Organized by University of Antwerp.
TU Delft: BK TALKS / Perspectives: Urbanisms of Diversity
Conversation that explores the wide variety of ways in which questioning traditional planning.
Dissident Publics: Future Artefacts of Queer Methodologies
Seminar at ROM for kunst og arkitektur, Oslo. A lecture and conversation on the topic of Queer Methodologies.
Commons, Wilds, Infrastructures
Lecture in Wild Nature and Queer Counter-Publics symposium at University of London - Institute in Paris.
Queers and the city!
An open-door day-fest on urban activism and citizen participation to make Brussels queer again!
Queer Spaces: An Atlas of LGBTQIA+ Places and Stories
Publication of a text about Sagitario, a queer space in Lima in this Atlas published by RIBA.
In the framework of the elective Alternative Practices for Urban Inclusion from the Faculty of Architecture at KU Leuven, and the research project Queer World, the series of lectures Other Practices aims to start the conversation and introduce alternative feminists and queer approaches in architecture and urban research.
Research grant given by the department of Culture and Youth of the Flemish Government in the framework of Kunstendecreet.
Run The World - Berlin
How do we run the world together exploring new directions? In the meeting with Matylda Krzykowski four people meet at a table and discuss the world in which they want to live and work. Through images, books and sketches they will exchange ideas about their personal work and the associated intentions for a post-colonial, inclusive, and transformed world. A table camera follows what happens and projects the process onto the wall.
Aarhus School of Architecture
The NAF/NAAR Symposium 2021 is dedicated to the theme of “Concepts of Transformation” in architecture, landscape, and urban form. Discussions involve how the concept has been used in theory and design processes, the results of transformation projects, and transformation as a strategic approach in solving future societal challenges.
Neighbourhood stories: Oslo Triennale of Architecture
In 2021, Oslo Architecture Triennale has invited five emerging creatives to develop projects and bring forward their perspectives on the 2022 Triennale theme neighbourhood. The projects will be presented in a short film series named Neighbourhood Stories
Building Institution - CIVA
At the beginning of the twenty-first century, cultural institutions, like CIVA, face the challenge of deconstructing their canon and opening up to under-represented discussions on gender, race, sexual preference, and the non-human.
Urban Summer Architecture Festival
Time and progression of society allows us to question traditions and preconceived social constructs that seem natural ways of living. As a childish game, we revisit the places where we grew up and the moments in life that made us realize our own queerness. The house, the room or a piece of furniture remind us of these moments and through performance, we queer these artifacts and aim to celebrate the today and the possibilities for a queerer future.