CFP: Artificial Natures Workshop (Chania, 17 – 23 Aug 2015)

We are happy to announce the 14th KAM Workshop under the theme
Artificial Natures which will be taking place in Chania, Crete form the
17th till the 23rd of August 2015. KAM Workshops bring together
practitioners, academics, students of architecture, design, media, art
and cultural studies for an intensive studio accompanied by a series of
presentations and discussions on the current theme.

With contributions and desk crits by Aristide Antonas (University of
Thessaly), Stavros Vergopoulos (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki),
Mona Mahall and Asli Serbest (Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste
Stuttgart and m-a-u-s-e-r studio), Heike Schuppelius (Staatliche
Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe) and Ian Warner (State design
agency and Slab-Mag Berlin) among others.
KAM Workshops have been a space for theoretical investigations and
spatial experimentations. The program of KAM Workshops consists of a
daily studio and a series of lectures and is followed by an exhibition
of the collective works and projects. KAM Workshops are organised by
the Architecture Syndicate and the Center of Mediterranean Architecture
(keppedih-cam). For more information you can visit our website
www.kamworkshops.com or contact us at kamworkshops@gmail.com.
We would highly appreciate your help in disseminating the announcement
to interested parties.

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