An interview with Helene Kazan, artist, curator and PhD candidate at the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths University, London
Kazan discusses her recently curation of the exhibition and public program Points of Contact, in Lebanon, multi-media responses and investigations into the evolving architecture of the lived/ built environment of Lebanon, at Goethe-Institut, Lebanon.
Points of Contact involved ‘Experimental Roundtables’, as part of the program around the exhibition Points of Contact at Goethe-Institut, Libanon. The programs were called Body As Testimony, Poetics and Gender, and Built Between the Slow, the Structural and the Spectacular, and observed a spectrum of methods that attempt to capture the effects of capitalism and conflict, and how these manifest as transformations in the architecture of the built environment.
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