March 2015
Open Perspectives on Oskar Hansen
Courtesy Igor Hansen

a seminar in 3 sessions:
14, 21 and 28 March 2015
15:00 to 18:00
language: English 

For three Saturday afternoons, La Loge is focusing on Oskar Hansen’s practice and legacy.
Hansen was a visionary Polish architect, artist, theorist and pedagogue. In 1959, he developed what he called the ‘Open Form’ theory, a process-based philosophy that places human activity at the center of every discipline. With this dynamic seminar format, La Loge wants to provide the framework for a lively and critical reflection on Hansen from a variety of open perspectives: architectural, theoretical, plastic, aesthetic and so on.
Selected historical and private documentation of Hansen’s work will be available for consultation.
Seminar scenography conceived by Martin Belou (artist, FR) and Brendan Michal Heshka (artist, CA).

This seminar is co-curated with Aleksandra Kędziorek, in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw.
Aleksandra Kędziorek (art historian, PL)
Lucien Kroll (architect, BE) & Dag Boutsen (architect, BE)
ASSEMBLE (design & architecture collective, UK)
Aleksandra Wasilkowska (artist & architect, PL) 

Wendelien van Oldenborgh (artist, NL)
Matthew Claudel (researcher at MIT’s Senseable City Lab, USA)
UP (Koenraad Dedobbeleer, artist, and Kris Kimpe, architect, BE) 

Practical information:
Dates and time:
14, 21 and 28 March 2015
15:00 to 18:00
Audience is welcome to join at any time of the program.
La Loge’s bar will be open throughout the sessions.
Seminar language: English
On donation
No reservation necessary, but seats are limited

This project is developed in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw; it is supported by the Polish Institute and by an EEA grant, co-financed byt the Polish Government Funds, from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.