The Lisbon Architecture Triennale ends today but some exhibitions continue

The exhibitions on the program end today with "Reatroactivar", at the Museum of Art, Technology and Architecture, "La Maison Habillée", "Cities (Des)made by segregated transport infrastructures" and "Terra Infirma-Terra Incognita”, at the Palácio Sinel de Cordes, according to the schedule.

The “Multiplicidade”, “Ciclos”, “Inquietação” and “River Somes” exhibitions will continue in 2023, as well as, until February 12, group visits to exhibitions and school activities.

“Multiplicity”, curated by Tau Tavengwa, from Zimbabwe, and Vyjayanthi Rao, from India, exhibited at the National Museum of Contemporary Art – Museu do Chiado (MNAC-MC), which explores how architecture and design practice are intertwined to adapt to a period marked by social inequalities and climate change, will remain open until January 8.

The “Cycles” exhibition will be presented at the Centro Cultural de Belém until February 12, curated by the Chileans Pamela Prado and Pedro Ignacio Alonso, presenting “various strategies in architectural practices that migrate from the linear model to the circular, on the way to sustainability, economy and memory,” according to the program.

From exhibitions of independent projects, “Concern: Architecture and Energy in Portugal” will continue until March 26 at the Galeria da Avenida da Índia, curated by Lars Fischer and Kim Försterque, which reflects on the entanglement between architecture and energy in the XNUMXth century, taking Portugal as an example and taking into account the transformations underway in the world.

“River Somes”, in Carpintarias de São Lázaro, is a project that proposes the regeneration and renaturalization of the river to interconnect the different communities that inhabit the city of Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and link them to the fauna and flora already far removed from their natural habitat on the banks of the River Somes. This exhibition will be open until December 30.

Under the general curatorship of architects Cristina Veríssimo and Diogo Burnay, the Portuguese duo founding the CVDB studio, the event took place in various cultural spaces in the capital, focusing on how architecture can contribute to the sustainability of the life in cities.

In addition to the four main exhibitions, 16 independent projects were presented, selected from the 67 applications received in the competition, some at the Palácio Sinel de Cordes, headquarters of the Triennale, in the capital, and others in spaces in the metropolitan area. from Lisbon.

Earlier this year, during the presentation of the concept and the curators, the president of the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, José Mateus, drew attention to the "predatory" human action, centered on the intensive exploitation of resources.

🇧🇷[Essa exploração] as well as the production of waste, have dramatic consequences on the planet, and we must act", he urged, at the time, calling for "new policies and new ways of organizing cities, to change the current paradigm”.

In turn, the curators decided not to translate the word Terra into English (during this international event), because it "has such a deep meaning in Portuguese", they indicated, in an interview with the Lusa agency. , in April.


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