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SHIFT IN PERCEPTION — How Knowledge Changes Seeing

10.03.2017 to 20.03.2017

SHIFT IN PERCEPTION — How Knowledge Changes Seeing

ARCHITEKTUR


SHIFT IN PERCEPTION – Wie Wissen das Sehen verändert

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SHIFT IN PERCEPTION – Wie Wissen das Sehen verändert
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Location:
Architekturzentrum Wien

Speakers:

Karoline Mayer, curator of the exhibition

Athanasia Siegl, teacher

Anne Wübben, head of Education, Az W

School pupils and apprentices

Knowledge enables us to notice mechanisms that we would normally have ignored.

For the exhibition „In the End: Architecture“, an exhibition of photography by pupils and apprentices who have engaged intensely with contemporary Viennese architecture, shows first impressions of the projects visited contrasted with the results of their research. As a result, inconspicuous things come to the fore, for instance the relationship between neighbours, the spatial connections between a building and the surrounding open space, or the charm of the projects from the 1980s.

The exhibition is shown as part of „In the End: Architecture“

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