In Gallery 3 By You, the Rare collective presents Raw, an exhibition exploring the creative process. In this related TNL! online event, three practitioners present their own vision of the singular moments, actions and ideas of the creative process, identifying values that usually remain hidden.
Exploring the creative journey with three designers, Pierre Coric (artist), Karl Lenton (architect), Klaske Havik (architect/academic), A Value [un]Seen will create a space to collectively delve into the process of design: from the disciplinary to the intimate. In a PechaKucha presentation, each speaker presents 20 slides for just 20 seconds each. This format offers a rapid exchange of anecdotes, ideas and knowledge. Since the presentations are only 400 seconds (or 7 minutes) each, there is plenty of time for discussion afterwards.
Through a multiform practice mixing DIY technologies, crafts, and audience participation, Pierre Coric investigates the processes through which meaningless elements sometimes become meaningful ensembles, as well as the borders and the ties between these fluctuating states. His work originates from conceptual wanderings that are materialised into installations, performances or small crafted pieces. Coric finds his inspiration in various fields, including languages, computer sciences, boats, textiles, rivers, highways, forests, electronics and bacteria.
Karl Lenton spent six years in architectural education in Leeds and London, winning the John Cass Award for Social Entrepreneurship in 2014. He is the creative director of Seeds and a co-founder of the architectural practice Burr Lenton Architecture (BLA). Lenton was shortlisted for the RIBA South West Regional Live Project Award in 2014 and long listed for the RIBAJ MacEwen Award: Architecture for The Common Good in 2016 for his work on projects for vulnerable people. He is co-author of “The Free Prisoner": Re-imagining a New Penal Landscape.
Klaske Havik is Professor of Methods of Analysis and Imagination at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology. She has developed a distinct research approach relating architectural and urban questions, such as the use, experience and imagination of place, to literary language. Havik is currently leading the European COST Research Network Writing Urban Places. Her book Urban Literacy. Reading and Writing Architecture (2014) based upon her PhD research, proposes a literary approach to architecture and urbanism. Other publications include Writingplace, Investigations in Architecture and Literature (2016) and Architectural Positions: Architecture, Modernity and the Public Sphere (2009, with Tom Avermaete and Hans Teerds). Klaske Havik initiated the platfom Writingplace and the Writingplace Journal for Architecture and Literature. For OASE, she edited, among other issues, OASE#98 Narrating Urban Landscapes (2018), OASE#91 Building Atmosphere (2013), OASE#85 Productive Uncertainty (2011) and OASE#70 Architecture and Literature (2007). Havik’s literary work appeared in Dutch poetry collections and literary magazines. In English, her collection of poems Way and Further appeared in 2021 at Rightangle publishing.
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