LANDSCAPE DESIGN METHODS BASED on SOCIAL PRACTICE

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OPERATIVE WORKSHOP LW-CIRCUS | LANDSCAPE DESIGN METHODS BASED on SOCIAL PRACTICE

LWCircus-ChinaLab019 | 26th November - 4th DECEMBER 2019 | TURENSCAPE ACADEMY - XIXINAN

Shared Practice Strategies for Rural Areas Preservation and Cultural Landscape Revaluation


INTERNATIONAL LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS & ARTISTS - TEAM LEADERS:

Pedro CAMARENA | UNAM - Laap + LWC-MX | CDMX

Manfredi LEONE | LandLabPA + DARCH/UNIPA | Palermo

Annacaterina PIRAS + Chaira de’ ROSSI | LWCircus - IT | Florence- Rome


SPECIAL GUESTS & GUESTS CRITIQUES

J. Antonio Lara-Hernandez | University of Portsmouth | Portsmouth (UK)

Neville MARS | MARS + Dinamic City Foundation | Shanghai


SCIENTIFIC COORDINATION   - Annacaterina PIRAS | LWCircus -Italia

TUTORS& LOGISTIC REFERENTS

Wassim CHAMOUN | Lea kALPAKLIAN | Mona El BITAR| Binling HUANG | Jinbao ZHONG | Zhenyu YUAN | Giovanni ROSACI


PHOTOGRAPHERS, VIDEO-MAKERS

Andrea FAGGIONI | Kazuhiro ISHIYAMA | Chiara BALDI | Luana GIARDINO


PARTNERS, COLLABORATIONS & PATRONAGES

-LWCircus - ONLUS | Florence + Rome + CDMX

-XIXINAN Administration | Xixinan

-TURENSCAPE ACADEMY | Beijing   

-REPSA - UNAM - Universidad Autonoma de Mexico | CDMX

-MARS + Dynamic City Foundation | Shanghai

-LandLabPA + DARCH/UNIPA | Palermo Portsmouth University | Portsmouth

-LANDUUM | Merida

-LAF - Landscape Architecture Frontiers | Beijing

-SMALL ZINE | Italy

-RIVA - MUS.E - Le Murate. Progetti Arte Contemporanea | Florence

-AIAPP_TUM   Toscana Umbria Marche | Italy


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LWCIRCUS - CHINALAB019 - LANDSCAPE DESIGN METHODS BASED on SOCIAL PRACTICE

SHARED OPERATIVE WORKSHOP to create Ephemeral Installations, between public art and land art, realized onsite by the revisitation and

assembling of recycled natural material transported by the changing channels system moods or coming from traditional way of building

and hand-craft making.


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A temporary international, multi-cultural and multidisciplinary creative community will test in the field of shared practices by using multimedia

languages, artistic approaches and performative-spontaneous attitudes in the specific RURAL context, with the direct involvement of local actors

and public institutions, looking for a RESILIENT and INCLUSIVE RURAL future, interms of responsible cultural valorization and sustainable

development for the local community directly involved in each step of the operative shared process.   


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The activity will be in the XIXINAN, an ancient village in Anhui, China. Its exceptional landscape context and the main theme will be around the shared

practice strategies in collaboration with the locals, looking to protect and valorize the village, the channel system and its cultural landscape’s value.

The students will start by researching and testing alternative methods, working together with the locals community, administration referents,

creative experts, local handcraft artisans and minorities.


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The experiential workshop, based on research in the field, looks for operative sharing methods in collaboration with local communities and their

relationship and coexistence with environmentally sensitive areas; investigates shared practices; looks for devices able to give long-term life

through sustainable development; works for a RESILIENT and INCLUSIVE rural future forthe local community. It will represent an excellent

opportunity for students that are looking to learn through a different way and methodology through designing sustainable cultural and sensitive

landscapes, collaborating with different kinds of practitioners (as artists, architects, landscape architects) and people from the local community

from multiple backgrounds and learning styles to gain mutually beneficial goals, achieving enrichment that benefits all participants involved

in the experience. Finally the Shared Creative Workshop ChinaLab, will permit the participants to explore ancient classic Chinese Hui architecture,

experience heritage village life that is over 1,000 years old, study traditional water canal system, unearth the mystery of Hui Sculpting and

Wood Carving, visit the Wu Mansion, an ancient architectural mansion and discover the rich history behind Chinese ink painting and ink slabs.

During the evening the ChinaLab019 Program includes a series of International Landscape Architecture Seminars and Open Lectures (ILARKS),

organized to enlarge and promote the debate around the use of performative shared practices and multi media languages in designing our

contemporary rural and urban landscapes, to help the building of even more RESILIENT and INCLUSIVE futures.


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