Upcoming lecture: Pas de deux: an attempt to define architecture’s specificity from its out-tonomy

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On the 21st of June, I'll be presenting my paper "Pas de deux: an attempt to define architecture's specificity from its out-tonomy", at The Critic|all Conference - International Conference on Architectural Design and Criticism, at Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, in Madrid, Spain.

Starting with Deleuze’s lecture on the creative act “Qu’est-ce que l’act de création?”, I'll be discussing, in a first approach, architecture’s own specificity, testing its very limits, and then exposing them to different disciplines and art forms, such as dance and philosophy, evaluating what these encounters produce and what, in its turn, allows us to rethink about architecture’s own ideas, namely to rethink critically the position of the body in architecture after the clichés produced during the 90s and the beginning of the present century.

More information: visit the conference's website.

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