CIVA and KU Leuven’s Faculty of Architecture join forces for the organization of a lecture series on landscape architecture in Europe. A number of high-level practitioners will talk about their design practice in an urban or urbanizing context. The lecture series is part of the MaHS-MaUSP postgraduate programs at KU Leuven, and accompanies the current CIVA exhibition Designed Landscapes — Brussels 1775-2020. Catherine Mosbach's lecture Of Passage is part of this series.
lecture Catherine Mosbach : 5 €
expo Designed Landscapes (exceptionally opened till 7.30pm) + lecture Catherine Mosbach : adults 10 € / students and seniors 5 €
Catherine Mosbach — Of Passage
A landscape opens to the fluid brewings of our planet earth, the work of water, snow, wind, soil, light, impromptu sprouts etc. His design process must be open to the work of time and elements. It is essential to 'draw', to 'anticipate' the effects of living processes so as to bring the visitors’ consciousness into contact with the temporalities of the elements. The technologies of contemporary worlds tend to extract us from realities and to drag us into virtual worlds without criticism, until when they completely absorb us and we forget our own bodies and sensitive relationships with the physical worlds that welcome us.