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Garagem Sul | Architecture Exhibitions

Catherine Mosbach

Activated Lands

CCB

Louvre Lens Operating Platform

Louvre Lens Round of Insiders

Park Louvre Lens Arts France By Altimage Ph. Frutier

The landscape experiments, concretions in continuous formation, share dissolution of limits—understood as transitions, transmutations, and migrations; that is, they share a fragmentation of static states and temporalities so as to initiate the fiction of multiple states of stasis through the material and factual operations of figuration and reconfiguration. The mining-seismic dialogue reflects the ground material in a way that is least museum-like and least stable. Its aim is to dig into the subsoil and peel back the earth’s layers, to make of it na object to experience, a “material” for the Louvre Lens to display, rendering the main enclosure of the park a part of the museum’s collection. At Taichung, the surface material takes forms and redistributes itself in a manner greatly reminiscent of subsoil—always active and exposed to a diluvia rhythm by the fluctuations of tropical waters that are distributed between thick layers and across vast territories. The material is returned to the productive interaction of water and air interlocked with the cultural interaction of territories, so that the revealed layers may be elevated to the status of a sensory experiment.

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Catherine Mosbach

is a landscape architect, graduated at the École Nationale Supérieure de Paysage of Versailles in 1986 after study Science, nature and life, physical chemistry, at the University Louis Pasteur Strasbourg in 1983. She is the founder of Paris-based design firm Mosbach Paysagistes. She was visiting professor at a number of schools including the University of Pennsylvania / Graduate School of Fine Arts, at the Harvard University/Graduate School of Design and at the École Nationale Supérieure du Paysage Versailles. She was named an officer of the Legion of Honor proposed by the President of the Republic Francois Hollande in 2016 and won several awards including the Bronze A’ Urban Planning and Urban Design Award in 2017, Médaille d’Argent Fondation Académie d’Architecture in 1977 and the LILA – Landezine International Landscape Award 2017. She wrote several essays published in books such as Stream 04: Les paradoxes du vivant (Les presses du réel, 2017) and Delta Dialogues (gta Verlag, 2017).

 


June 25, 2019
7 pm

Luís de Freitas Branco Room
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