TALKS: Sick Architecture
Sick Architecture Talks is a conference program accompanying the opening of Sick Architecture, featuring presentations by more than twenty architects, artists, writers, and scientists. Follow the talks at CIVA or online, via e-flux Live.
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Sick Architecture Talks is a conference program accompanying the opening of the exhibition. Moderated by e-flux Architecture Deputy Editor Nick Axel, Sick Architecture Talks will feature presentations by more than twenty architects, artists, writers, and scientists.
Sick Architecture Talks
May 6, 2–8pm
14:20, Borders panel
Simon De Nys and Johan Lagae, "Cordon Sanitaire"
Guillermo S. Arsuaga, "Ellis Island: Architecture at the service of biopower"
Jeremy Lee Wolin, "Exclusion by Design: the Angel Island Immigration Station"
Maxwell Smith-Holmes, "Toxic Workplaces, Contaminated Homes, and Irradiated Landscapes"
15:20, Contagion panel
Angela Brown, “Immunocompromised Architecture: Henry Klumb and the Puerto Rican Home”
Dante Furioso, “Sanitary Imperialism”
Andrea Bagnato, “Terra Infecta”
An Tairan, “Touching, Disease, and the Sacred Artifact”
16:10, Coping panel
Victoria Bergbauer, “Prosthetic Village”
Caroline Voet, “Nearness in a House for (Im)mobile Guests”
Victoria Bugge Øye, "Coop Himmelblau and the Making of Environmental Health"
51N4E, “Tous Ensemble”
Mark Wigley, “Chronic Whiteness”
17:55, Toxicity panel
Clemens Finkelstein, "sick world building syndrome"
Iason Stathatos, “Hunger Architecture”
Kara Plaxa, "An Epidemic of Toxic Masculinity"
Holly Bushman, "Regel-ated Bodies"
18:50, Psychiatry panel
Marie de Testa, “Hysteria as Scenography”
Alexandra Sastrawati, “Depressed Worlds”
Giuseppina Scavuzzo, "Franco Basaglia and the Destruction of the Mental Hospital"
architecten jan de vylder inge vinck and Gideon Boie, "The Caritas Psychiatry"
Emily Apter, “Covid-Denialism”