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LAUNCH: Tuesday 12 May 2020
FINISSAGE: Friday 12 June 2020, 5.30 PM
Please register on https://facture.eventbrite.nl in order to receive the link for the closing event
‘Facture’ is the act, process or manner of making. It is used to indicate someone’s (the artist, the craftsman, the architect) hand in handling a medium, a material. It is the recognisable way of drawing a line, making a collage, constructing a coherent and relevant discourse, designing a detail, making a model…
The ‘Facture’ exhibition brings together a selection of studio work from the design studios that form the Craftsmanship engagement at the Faculty of Architecture.
The Craftsmanship engagement of the Faculty of Architecture KU Leuven explores the craft of architecture as a conglomerate, a set, composed of different practices each with a certain intent and affect. And more specifically to reflect on how these practices are addressing this shift from object-based to information based culture.
‘Facture’ displays architectural artefacts like drawings, models, diagrams and simulations as the driving force of a design process. At the same time, it highlights how personality is maintained throughout the studio. Looking at ‘Facture’ implies looking at the process of making…
This online collection or virtual ‘Wunderkammer’ is developed as an alternative for the exhibition that was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this sense, it misses the physical proximity and impact of the selected models and drawings. Capturing that directness to bring it to a digital media like the current one, is a particular practice in itself. Maybe this is the topic for the next Curating Craftsmanship exhibition…
Nevertheless, we hope that this collection of student work lifts your spirit, stimulates your thinking and engages you towards making (something).
Curating Craftsmanship ‘Facture’ is as an event is an outcome of the GOING PUBLIC program of the Faculty of Architecture. This program is a series of lectures, exhibitions and publications organised throughout the year highlighting certain themes and topics that are important within each of the 4+1 Engagements: Urban Cultures, Mediating Tactics, Craftsmanship, Legacy and the Brussels Way. This ‘Wunderkammer’ is curated by Tomas Ooms (Faculty of Architecture; Studio Tuin en Wereld; Incipient Raum)
CRAFTSMANSHIP ENGAGEMENT STUDIOS 2019/2020:
THE DOUBLE LOOK
STRUCTURAL CONTINGENCIES 34
STRUCTURAL CONTINGENCIES 14
LEARNING IN BRUSSELS
FUTURE RURAL SCHOOLS
LA CEUILLETTE / THE GATHERING
LINKS / URL
Astrid Abbeel, Elise Bonny, Elya Delanote, Léa Denièle, Yazdan Ebrahimi, Tom Galmart, Zohra Gillaer, Inge Habils, Arora Ishita Ishita, Damita Jansens, Sandrine Jansens, Gala Kenis, Noshin Nabila, Marie Nevejan, Elżbieta Paszkowicz, Elias Pattyn, William Pauwels Hurtado, Julie Schumacher, Lotte Thierens, Bert Van Wijnendaele, Alwies Vandaele, Sofia Teresa Vega Lulo.