Interdisciplinary Research Program – TUDelft Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment
UD-TT Lecture Series—Territories of Accumulation—Session 4

Within the framework of:

TUDelft
Section of Urban Design
Delta Urbanism Research Group
Graduation Studio—Transitional Territories
(Joint Studio with AA, Diploma Unit 9, Third Territorial Attractor)

Curated by:
Nikos Katsikis

Convened by:
Nikos Katsikis and Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin
Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Section of Urban Design—TUDelft

 

 

Online / Zoom Session. Register at:

https://tudelft.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEpceCrrjotGtBGRufUaI5hfHSSENMdfVNk

The Transitional Territories lecture series explores the agency of design as a mode of investigation and reflexive transformation of the ever-changing interrelations between natural processes, societal practices, and (geo)political frameworks. The 2021-2021 edition introduces as an investigative lens the notion of accumulation broadly conceived: as a material process of anthropogenic transformation of the earth, but also as a process of – often unequal – social and ecological (re)organisation. From the ecopolitics and hydropolitics of accumulation, to its multi-scalar metabolisms, the series aims to offer critical insights around the state and agency of the territorial project within the pressing context of the climate crisis and the associated social and ecological tensions.

Session 4

10 February 2022

17:00—18:00 CET

TERRITORIAL ECOLOGIES OF ACCUMULATION II

“MONSOON AS METHOD”

Lindsay Bremner

 

 

 

Lindsay Bremner is a research architect and educator at the University of Westminster in London where she is Director of Research in the School of Architecture and Cities. She recently (2016-2021) held European Research Council grant no. 679873 for Monsoon Assemblages., a project exploring three Bay of Bengal cities – Chennai, Dhaka and Yangon, as monsoonal assemblages being disrupted and transformed by globalization and climate change. She holds a B.Arch from the University of Cape Town and an M.Arch and DSc.Arch from the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

Related
International Delta Conference—Redesigning Deltas
UD-TT Lecture Series—Territories of Accumulation—Session 8