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ARCHIZOOM: AGRICULTURE AND ARCHITECTURE - TAKING THE COUNTRY'S SIDE
From Wednesday 26 February 2020
To Wednesday 29 April 2020

New exhibition ‘Agriculture and Architecture: Taking the Country’s Side’

https://www.epfl.ch/campus/art-culture/museum-exhibitions/archizoom/fr/expositions/taking-the-countrys-side-2/

Joel Sternfeld The Present Environmental Predicament tiré de la série American Prospects 1987 copy
Dates: Opening exhibition on the 26 February at 18:00 / Exhibition 27 February – 29 April 2020

Agriculture and Architecture: Taking the Country’s Side

Exhibition 27 February – 29 April 2020
Archizoom, SG building, EPFL
Monday to Friday from 9:30 to 17:30
Saturday from 14:00 to 18:00

Exhibition opening 26 February 2020, 18:00
Opening lecture by Sébastien Marot and Matthieu Calame

Debate 25 March 2020, 19:00
Sébastien Marot and Eric Lapierre

Conference 1 April 2020, 18:30
Agriculture et régionalisme, chaired by Paola Viganò

Conference 8 April 2020, 18:30
Agriculture et territoire, chaired by Elena Cogato Lanza

Workshops for kids 14 March and 4 April 2020, 14:00-16:00
Visit of the exhibition and construction workshop for kids from 8 til 12 years old (in French)


Description: Since the industrial revolution, agriculture and architecture, which were once closely related, have moved in opposite directions. For over 40 years, environmental movements have been exploring the consequences of this divorce for the resilience of cities and rural areas. Aiming to reconnect the two disciplines, the exhibition highlights the lessons which can be drawn from these schools of thought and action. Consisting of 42 panels, a big chronological frieze, a compass with 4 scenarios and a cinematic space, the exhibition Taking the Country’s Side was shown at the Lisbon Architecture Triennial in 2019, before coming ‘home’ at EPFL, as it is the result of courses given by the philosopher Sébastien Marot on environmental history.

Location Lausanne, VD

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