019, Ghent (BE)
Investigate, create and explain (a) coherent series of waiting rooms in the ste of the Acropolis, starting from (among other data) a thorough reading of the text Montage and Architecture by Sergeï Eisenstein (Eisenstein ca. 1938). The student first makes a topographic analysis of the (historical, morphological, …) stratifications of the landscape by means of tracing vertical sections (analysis of the whole), by identifying a point of (p)reference based on this analysis (the fragment), and by designing/creating transitions of/by a series of spaces (waiting rooms) up to the full scale architectural (window)detail (the detail).
Exhibition and jury with architect Michiel Helbig and ing. architect Laurens Luyten.
Scenography: Olivier Goethals.
Research fellows: Eline Christiaens, Yann Courouble, Bert Debacker, Annelies Dekeersmaecker, Lucas Devolder, Kobe Langenaeker, Victor Ledure, Cedric Meuleman, Eva Neefs, Ghan Oudhuis, Fran Pieters, Zara Piron, Bert Stoffels, Eglantine Vandenweghe, Victoria Van Kan, Yasmine Vanneste, Andreas Dirnberger, Maria Magdalena Freundlich, Lucie Mercier