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7. Wiener Architektur Kongress

The Future of Cities - Learning from Asia

Fr 12.11.1999 – So 14.11.1999

7. Wiener Architektur Kongress
Bild: Aglaia Konrad

Im Zusammenhang mit Schlagworten wie Globalisierung, internationale Vernetzung, beschleunigtes Wachstum hat sich die asiatische Metropole in den letzten Jahren als ein neuer Schwerpunkt in der Urbanismusdebatte herauskristallisiert. Der Verdichtungs- und Wachstumsdruck in den Städten, hervorgerufen durch den rasanten wirtschaftlichen Aufstieg Ostasiens bietet breite Projektionsflächen für Visionen der Erneuerung, die sowohl mit dem Mythos des Unbekannten und Exotischen als auch mit Angst behaftet sind.

Der 7. Wiener Architektur Kongress wirft einen anderen Blick auf die Kulturen, Traditionen, deren Einflüsse auf die historischen Entwicklungen und die sozialen Strukturen des Alltags in der asiatischen Stadt. Er diskutiert die Auswirkungen von direkten und indirekten Einflüssen der Kolonialisierung und des Umgangs mit kultureller Identität. Notwendige Neupositionierungen im Ost-West Konflikt stehen ebenso im Mittelpunkt wie Fragen der Grenzziehung zwischen Öffentlich und Privat/Innen- und Aussenraum und der Rolle von Architektur und Massenkultur als Kontrollinstrument.

Organisation und Information:
Isabella Marte
T ++43 1 522 31 15
F ++43 1 522 31 17
E-Mail: congress@azw.at

Pressetext

Bombay – Hong Kong – Kuala Lumpur – Shanghai – Tokyo

Im Zusammenhang mit Schlagworten wie Globalisierung, internationale Vernetzung, beschleunigtes Wachstum hat sich die asiatische Metropole in den letzten Jahren als ein neuer Schwerpunkt in der Urbanismusdebatte herauskristallisiert. Während TheoretikerInnen und ArchitektInnen bei der nordamerikanischen und europäischen Stadt teilweise bereits von „verlorener Urbanität“ sprechen und die zunehmende Suburbanisierung bei gleichzeitiger „Disneyisierung“ der Kernstädte beklagen, bietet sich die asiatische Metropole als neues Modell, als teils bedrohliche, teils hoffnungsvolle Herausforderung für das 21. Jahrhundert an. Flirrende Bilder von überbevölkerten, scheinbar chaotischen, ständig wuchernden urbanen Strukturen fügen sich gut in die Millenniumseuphorie der westlichen Welt.

Der Verdichtungs- und Wachstumsdruck in den Städten, hervorgerufen durch den rasanten wirtschaftlichen Aufstieg Ostasiens bietet breite Projektionsflächen für Visionen der Erneuerung, die sowohl mit dem Mythos des Unbekannten und Exotischen als auch mit Angst behaftet sind. Das Entstehen von neuen, florierenden Wirtschafts- und Finanzzentren bringt auch eine dynamische Kulturproduktion mit sich, die sich zunehmend internationalisiert. Importierte Versatzstücke der asiatischen Kunst und Kultur sind längst ein selbstverständlicher Bestandteil unseres „hippen“, städtischen Alltags geworden, Produkte ethnischer Tradition werden unter der verallgemeinernden Marke des „Fernöstlichen“ zu Konsumgütern, kulinarischen Logos und glamourösen Images absorbiert.

Der 7. Wiener Architektur Kongress wirft einen anderen Blick auf die Kulturen, Traditionen, deren Einflüsse auf die historischen Entwicklungen und die sozialen Strukturen des Alltags in der asiatischen Stadt. Er diskutiert die Auswirkungen von direkten und indirekten Einflüssen der Kolonialisierung und des Umgangs mit kultureller Identität. Notwendige Neupositionierungen im Ost-West Konflikt stehen ebenso im Mittelpunkt wie Fragen der Grenzziehung zwischen Öffentlich und Privat/Innen- und Aussenraum und der Rolle von Architektur und Massenkultur als Kontrollinstrument.

ArchitektInnen und TheoretikerInnen präsentieren 5 unterschiedliche Städte, geben einen Einblick in die Vielfalt Asiens, nähern sich dem Phänomen der Geschwindigkeit, der Dichte, der Maximen und der Traditionen.

Organisation und Information:
Isabella Marte
T ++43 1 522 31 15
F ++43 1 522 31 17
E-Mail: congress@azw.at

Programm / ReferentInnen

Freitag, 12. November 1999
Samstag, 13. November 1999
Sonntag, 14. November 1999

Freitag, 12.November 1999

15:00 Uhr
Eröffnung
Dietmar Steiner, Direktor Architekturzentrum Wien

15:30 Uhr
Ramesh Kumar Biswas
Architekt und Kulturtheoretiker, Wien (A)
„Out of Context: Emerging Urban Cultures”

17:00 Uhr
Heinz Nissel
Professor für Geographie, Universität Wien, (A)
„Bombay – Globale Einbindung, nationale Dominanz, lokaler Widerstand“

18:30 Uhr
Rahul Mehrotra
Architekt, Urban Design Research Institute, Bombay (Ind)
„Bombay – One Space, Two Worlds“

19:30 Uhr
Panel Diskussion
„Learning from Asia?”

Samstag, 13.November 1999

14:00 Uhr
Sujata Patel
Professorin für Soziologie, Universität Pune (Ind)
„Bombay / Mumbai: From Cosmopolitanism to Chauvinism”

15:30 Uhr
Ackbar Abbas
Professor für Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaften, Universität Hong Kong (HK)
„Cosmopolitan De-scriptions: Shanghai and Hong Kong”

17:00 Uhr
Gary Chang
Architekt, EDGE Ltd., Hong Kong (HK)
„Hong Kong: The Liquid City”

19:30 Uhr
Ken Yeang
Architekt, Kuala Lumpur (ML)
„Ecological Design of Large Buildings”

Sonntag, 14.November 1999

14:00 Uhr
Sepp Linhart
Professor für Japanologie, Universität Wien (A)
„Konsum, Freizeit und Arbeit in Tokyo”

15:30 Uhr
Botond Bognar
Professor für Architektur, University of Illinois (USA)
„An Architecture of “Creative Chaos” – Tokyo and Japanese Urbanism since the 1980s“

17:00 Uhr
Sandra Buckley
Professorin für Japanologie, State University of New York (USA)
„Urban Movements and Cultural Bayous: Becoming Communities on the Japanese Cityscape”

19:30 Uhr
Roemer van Toorn
Leiter des Programms Geschichte und Theorie, Berlage Institut Amsterdam (NL)
„Time in Transit. A Traveloque through the Society of The And”

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