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TAB Symposium EDIBLE programme is out!

During the Opening Week at the Cultural Hub of Tallinn, TAB will hold a two-day “EDIBLE” Symposium, which aims to generate genuine interdisciplinary debates. Participating speakers come from fields ranging from architecture to design, from textile technologies to economy. The list of key speakers includes Beatriz Colomina, Claudia Pasquero (ecoLogicStudio), Philippe Rahm (Philippe Rahm architectes), and many more. Complete list of participants: https://2022.tab.ee/programme/edible.

Beatriz Colomina is is the Howard Crosby Butler Professor of the History of Architecture and the co-director of the Media and Modernity program at Princeton University. She writes and curates on questions of design, art, sexuality and media.  She has curated a number of exhibitions and has written several books. In 2016 she was co-curator of the 3rdIstanbul Design Biennial. Her latest books are X-Ray Architecture (Lars Muller, 2019) and Radical Pedagogies (MIT, 2022).

The Symposium brings together prominent architects and theorists with environmental philosophers, scientists and entrepreneurs to discuss topics including The Farm and the CityInterspecies Alliances, From Waste to Matter, Slow Buildings and Circular Blocks, among others.

From architecture that makes food, to architecture that is eaten away, participants will be called to participate in a lively curated conversation on designing the lifecycles of our built environment, as well as new principles of inhabitation in urban environments. 

Get your pass for TAB 2022 events here. TAB 2022 is collaborating with the Lisbon Triennale, which means TAB 2022 pass will grant you a free entrance to Lisbon Triennale events as well.

Main supporter for TAB 2022 symposium “EDIBLE” is OCCO.

Programme

Thursday, September 8

09.30 – 10:00 PARTICIPANTS REGISTRATION

10:00 – 10:30 WELCOME / INTRODUCTION

Raul Järg, Chairman of the Estonian Centre for Architecture

Lydia Kallipoliti & Areti Markopoulou Introduction to Edible

10:30 – 12:00 KEYNOTE PANEL

Round Table Discussion moderated by Evelyn Steiner, with Claudia Pasquero (EcoLogicStudio) and Philippe Rahm, (Philippe Rahm Architects).

12:00 – 13:00 CIRCULAR BLOCK / REINVENTING THE MICRORAYON

Award Ceremony

Introduction & Moderation: Ivan Sergejev

Round table discussion with Maria Derlõš, Kaidi Põldoja, Sonia Ralston, Lydia Kallipoliti, Areti Markopoulou

13:00 – 14:00 LUNCH BREAK / OPENING CIRCULAR BLOCK EXHIBITION

14:00 – 15:30 ARCHITECTURE THAT MAKES FOOD

Round table discussion moderated by Sofia Krimizi (KSE Studio), with Alexandre Dubor & Cristian Rizzuti (IAAC), Damiano Cerrone (Spin Unit), Andreas Theodoridis & Christina Ciardullo

15:30 – 17:00 ARCHITECTURE THAT IS EATEN AWAY

Round table discussion moderated by Lydia Kallipoliti & Areti Markopoulu, with Lola Ben Alon and Sharon Yavo Ayalon, Evangelos and Iasonas Pantazis (Topotheque), Kearon Roy Taylor (Lateral Office) and Robert Charles Johnson (Fatconomy). 

17.00 – 17:15 CLOSING REMARKS: LYDIA KALLIPOLITI & ARETI MARKOPOULU

Friday, September 9

09:30 – 10:00 PARTICIPANTS REGISTRATION

10:00 – 10:15 HOW NEW TECHNOLOGIES WILL REVOLUTIONIZE THE A&D INDUSTRY?

Ander Sõõrumaa (OCCO)

10:15 – 11.00 SLOW BUILDING

Round table discussion with Fungible Non-Fungible (iHeartblob) Shaun McCallum and speaker TBC.

11:00 – 12:30 FROM WASTE TO MATTER

Round table discussion moderated by Zulaikha Ayub, with Allison Dring (Made of Air), Siim Karro (Myceen), Chiara Farinea (Advanced Architecture Group, IAAC) and Annika Kaldoja & Kärt Ojavee.

12:30 – 13:30 LUNCH BREAK / SCHOOLS EXHIBITION OPENING at Estonian Contemporary Art Museum

13:30 – 15:00 FARM & THE CITY

Round table discussion moderated by Sonia Ralston with Philip Maughan & Andrea Provenzano (Black Almanac), Johan Tali, and Epp Lankots

15:00 – 16:30 FARM & THE SPECIES

Round Table Discussion moderated by Mathilde Marengo & Sofia Vyzoviti, with Jonathan Minchin (Ecological Interactions, Green Fab Lab), Mitchell Joachim (Terreform One), Pedro Gadahno, Sille Pihlak & Siim Tuksam (PART)

16:45 – 17:45 KEYNOTE LECTURE

Beatriz Colomina

17:45 – 18:00 CLOSING REMARKS by Lydia Kallipoliti & Areti Markopoulou