DONDERDAGAVOND OPEN - Lecture who owns the street?
DONDERDAGAVOND OPEN Lecture who owns the street?
Lecture series Who Owns The Street?
The street is the place where different groups from society encounter each other and where there is room for the exchange of thoughts and ideas. The architect Lieke van Hooijdonk (Lilith Ronner van Hooijdonk), who works in Rotterdam, is very interested in the physical aspects which can stimulate these encounters. She is inviting a number of fellow designers to exchange ideas on this subject. (In Dutch)
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Location: auditorium Van Abbemuseum.
Series of lectures and debates
This discussion evening is part of a nine-part series of lectures and debates related to the exhibition Who Owns The Street? This exhibition shows different ways of seeing the street – our public space. Who uses this public space? Who manages, controls and abuses it? Who is the owner and what responsibilities does this ownership entail? The series of lectures and debates takes place in the museum on Thursday evenings, and is organised in cooperation with Architectuurcentrum Eindhoven.
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