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Designing the future of the past. A survey across the contemporary international debate. (didattica di eccellenza)

01DPDRK

A.A. 2021/22

Course Language

Inglese

Course degree

Doctorate Research in Architettura. Storia E Progetto - Torino

Course structure
Teaching Hours
Lezioni 25
Teachers
Teacher Status SSD h.Les h.Ex h.Lab h.Tut Years teaching
Robiglio Matteo Professore Ordinario ICAR/14 2 0 0 0 1
Teaching assistant
Espandi

Context
SSD CFU Activities Area context
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.The PhD Excellence course Designing the future of the past. A survey across contemporary international debate aims to give an overview of current leading theories in the international debate, to promote a dialogue across disciplines on the reuse of existing legacy, heritage and landscape. The course presents the contemporary discourse in the conservation field across the emerging theories of Critical Heritage Studies, Counterpreservation, Curated Decay, Negative Legacies, and Ruination. Such novel theories challenge an unquestioned relationship between design practice and preservation, considering the past as an active force for shaping the future, and opening new options for intervention (or not) on preexistences. Lectures will encompass several fields of study (architecture, archaeology, conservation, architectural history, economics, philosophy) to promote an interdisciplinary approach in conservation studies. To do so, five leading lecturers will engage in a conversation about transformative preservation options: Cornelius Holtorf, Daniela Sandler, Caitlin deSilvey, Alexandre Monnin, and Koenraad Van Cleempoel. According to the interdisciplinary aim, the course was set up in collaboration among architecture design and conservation. However, the course is open to all disciplinary fields, mainly aimed at DASP and BAP doctoral students. In particular, the format and purpose have been addressed together with Professor Manuela Mattone (BAP) and have been discussed with BAP Coordinator Manuel Romeo
The PhD Excellence course Designing the future of the past. A survey across contemporary international debate aims to give an overview of current leading theories in the international debate, to promote a dialogue across disciplines on the reuse of existing legacy, heritage and landscape. The course presents the contemporary discourse in the conservation field across the emerging theories of Critical Heritage Studies, Counterpreservation, Curated Decay, Negative Legacies, and Ruination. Such novel theories challenge an unquestioned relationship between design practice and preservation, considering the past as an active force for shaping the future, and opening new options for intervention (or not) on preexistences. Lectures will encompass several fields of study (architecture, archaeology, conservation, architectural history, economics, philosophy) to promote an interdisciplinary approach in conservation studies. To do so, five leading lecturers will engage in a conversation about transformative preservation options: Cornelius Holtorf, Daniela Sandler, Caitlin deSilvey, Alexandre Monnin, and Koenraad Van Cleempoel. According to the interdisciplinary aim, the course was set up in collaboration among architecture design and conservation. However, the course is open to all disciplinary fields, mainly aimed at DASP and BAP doctoral students. In particular, the format and purpose have been addressed together with Professor Manuela Mattone (BAP) and have been discussed with BAP Coordinator Manuel Romeo
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ModalitÓ mista
Mixed mode
Presentazione report scritto
Written report presentation
P.D.1-1 - Dicembre
P.D.1-1 - December


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