Matteo Pericoli‘s “LabLitArch Jerusalem”, a laboratory in literary architecture, brings together advanced students from the Programs of Cultural Studies and Creative Writing at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Department of Architecture at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, as well as architects and writers, for collaborative, plastic-theoretical and actual work on questions about the making of space and place. What is a place, or a space; how are they made; what are they made of; and to what human needs do they respond? Can literary inhabitability, structures of feeling such as rhythm, tone, or reticence, literature’s spatialization of time, and literary ways of world-making be expressed in architectural terms? Is there a building underlying our literary text?
The international Workshop by Prof. Arch. Matteo Pericoli (Turin) and assisted by Dr. Carola Hilfrich (Jerusalem) and Arch. Ytav Bouhsira (Jerusalem) taking place in collaboration with the Program in Cultural Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and the Department of Architecture, The Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design.
Tamar Alon, Michal Amit, Tiferet Basel, Alex Ben-Ari, Dror Burstein, Dor Cohen, Sonja Dickow, Amnon Direktor, Maya Diskin, Or Drucker, Zohar Elmakias, Karel Finkelstein, Tom Gal, Orit Gidali, Tahel Goldsmith, Or Haklai, Amir Harash, Shiran Ishai, Ayelet Kahat, Revital Madar, Anat Martkovicz, Avia Marmor, Naomi Niddam, Yossi Mendelovicz, Michal Moussafi, Lior Shalem, Alona Shatz, Tamara Shavit, Omri Spasser, Ayelet Zewi
The workshop will take place in Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design (historical building in center of Jerusalem, Shmuel Hanagid St. 1), May 1-6, 2016.
Participation by invitation only.
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