Het Nieuwe Instituut organiseerde de Nederlandse bijdragen voor de architectuur biënnales van São Paulo, Shenzhen en Venetië: drie gelegenheden waar de Nederlandse architectuur zich kan manifesteren en waar ruimtelijke vraagstukken aan de orde komen. De Biënnale van Shenzhen vond plaats van 4 december 2015 tot en met 28 februari 2016. Tijdens deze biënnale gaf een publiek programma de tien Nederlandse presentaties een podium.

 

Het programma bestond uit een installatie en een symposium. De installatie Rise & Shine liet de Nederlandse deelnemers aan het woord. Het team van DDG (Design Displacement Group) documenteerde, interviewde en reageerde op de deelnemers van de Biënnale van Shenzhen en zond alle bijdragen live uit. Het symposium bracht de dialoog tussen Nederlandse en Chinese experts in stedenbouw en architectuur op gang en zorgde voor het delen van wetenschappelijke theorieën en ervaringen.

De Nederlandse deelnemers waren AP + E (Architecture Practice + Experimentation), Iwan Baan, Crimson Architectural Historians, Droog Design (Mark van der Net, Jan Rothuizen, Ester van der Wiel, Imme van der Haak, Fanny Hofstra en de Design Academy Eindhoven), INTI (International New Town Institute), Land+Civilization Compositions, Rezone, Rob Voerman, Studio Makkink & Bey, Superuse Studios.

Rise & Shine was geïnitieerd door Het Nieuwe Instituut en het Consulaat-Generaal van Nederland in Guangzhou en wordt georganiseerd door Bureau Europa, Design Displacement Group en het Institute of Relevant Studies.

Programma vrijdag 4 december 2015

Do you Hear the People Sing?
13:15- 13:45

Informal lunch lecture by Michelle Provoost
Hosted by: Crimson Architectural Historians
Content: Michelle Provoost of Crimson Architectural Historians will elaborate on their panoramic drawing Do You Hear the People Sing? that is composed of scenes of riots and protests, fused with their spatial environments.
Location: second Floor of main exhibition hall, Former Dacheng Flour Factory, Shenzhen
Language: English

Learning from Da Lang
14:00- 15:30

Hosted by: International New Town Institute (INTI)
Content: How does social innovation strengthen the city’s urban potential? How could multiple stakeholders collaboratively play a role in future developments of Shenzhen?
Introduction: Michelle Provoost (INTI)
Keynote: Linda Vlassenrood (INTI)
Respondents: Tat Lam (CEO of Shanzhai City) and Sacha Glasl (Space & Matter)
Moderator: Christine de Baan
Location: Aformal Academy, panorama deck, Former Dacheng Flour Factory, Shenzhen

Programma zaterdag 5 december 2015

Do you Hear the People Sing?
13:15- 13:45

Informal lunch lecture by Michelle Provoost
Hosted by: Crimson Architectural Historians
Content: Michelle Provoost of Crimson Architectural Historians will elaborate on their panoramic drawing Do You Hear the People Sing? that is composed of scenes of riots and protests, fused with their spatial environments.
Location: second Floor of main exhibition hall, Former Dacheng Flour Factory, Shenzhen
Language: English

Learning from Da Lang
14:00- 15:30

Hosted by: International New Town Institute (INTI)
Content: How does social innovation strengthen the city’s urban potential? How could multiple stakeholders collaboratively play a role in future developments of Shenzhen?
Introduction: Michelle Provoost (INTI)
Keynote: Linda Vlassenrood (INTI)
Respondents: Tat Lam (CEO of Shanzhai City) and Sacha Glasl (Space & Matter)
Moderator: Christine de Baan
Location: Aformal Academy, panorama deck, Former Dacheng Flour Factory, Shenzhen

Programma zondag 6 december 2015

Scholastic Symposium
11:00- 13:00

Hosted by: Aformal Academy, Former Dacheng Flour Factory, Shenzhen
Guests at roundtable: Erik Rietveld (RAAAF), Rupali Gupte (School of Environment and Architecture), Juan Du (Hong Kong University), Liam Young (Unknown Fields Division)
Moderator: Merve Bedir and Jason Hilgefort (L+CC, directors of Aformal Academy)
Content:Just like our cities, the notion of education is undergoing a massive transformation. Invited (spatial) designers, who are also involved in education in different contexts, will debate on the future of architecture and urbanism education and learning. This symposium will set the framework for the upcoming three months of Aformal Academy: Relearning the City.
Location: Auditorium, Former Dacheng Flour Factory, Shenzhen
Language: English

China’s Turn
18:00- 20:00

Keynote: Stijn Kemper, Powerhouse Company Beijing
Respondents:
Alex Qian - Vanke Shenzhen (TBC)
Zhaohui Wu - Cadreg Beijing (TBC)
Moderator: Saskia van Stein
Content: Exploring issues ranging from economic growth, national debt and demographics to housing, pollution and urban development, this research presents a portrait of China: the problems it faces, the potential for crisis and why the country is at a crucial point. It tells the Chinese story of a shifting world order, and how architecture and urbanism contribute to its structural problems.
Location: Auditorium, Former Dacheng Flour Factory, Shenzhen
Language: English

Urban Safari: Taking the Da Lang way home.
16:00- 18:00

Hosted by: International New Town Institute (INTI)
Content: Road trip to Da Lang factory – hotel and back, Marie Ann O’Donnell (Shenzhen Based Ethnographer) will lecture in the bus on the longer-term research on the planning history of Shenzhen and an introduction by Ekim Tan (Play the City).
Location: Bus leaves from the entrance of Former Dacheng Flour Factory, Shenzhen
Urban safari is free, but please register via www.rise-shine.world
Language: English

Little Babylon
16:00- 18:00

Speakers: Tessa Peters and Rolf van Boxmeer in Shenzhen and ONL Architects life streamed from The Netherlands
Hosted by: Rezone
Content: The pavilion Little Babylon is an inflatable ‘data-parasite’ communicating with the audience in an interactive way as a dynamic, audio-visual show. Open atelier – live stream with ONL architects in the Netherlands to talk about this subject with ONL architects. There will also be opportunities to test ideas live on the pavilion.
Location: Open atelier in Main venue at Little Babylon.
Language: English

Programma dinsdag 8 december

Guangming New Town 2.0
14:00- 17:30

Hosted by International New Town Institute (INTI), Guangming New Town and City of Almere
Content: The International New Town Institute (INTI) has been invited by Guangming New Town to advise them for several years on the quality and feasibility of large-scale spatial projects, and their green ambitions in particular.
During this event some provocative scenarios for Guangming New Town will be presented.
Speakers:
- Linda Vlassenrood (INTI)
- Pieter Schengenga (H+N+S landscape architects)
- Simone Eijsink (City of Almere)
- Markus Appenzeller (MLA+)
- Representatives Guangming New Town
Moderator: Tiffany Tsui

Language: English

China’s Turn
18:00- 20:00

Keynote: Stijn Kemper, Powerhouse Company Beijing
Respondents:
Alex Qian - Vanke Shenzhen (TBC)
Zhaohui Wu - Cadreg Beijing (TBC)
Moderator: Saskia van Stein
Content: Exploring issues ranging from economic growth, national debt and demographics to housing, pollution and urban development, this research presents a portrait of China: the problems it faces, the potential for crisis and why the country is at a crucial point. It tells the Chinese story of a shifting world order, and how architecture and urbanism contribute to its structural problems.
Location: Auditorium, Former Dacheng Flour Factory, Shenzhen
Language: English

datum
04/12/2015
tot
08/12/2015
taal
Engels
 
locatie

Exhibition Venue of National Pavilions
Former Dacheng Flour Factory
Warehouse #8
Shekou Shenzhen