AURA Istanbul conferences Saturday: Juhani Pallasmaa & Hüseyin Yanar “Art in Architecture”
The opening conference of the “AURA on Saturdays” series in the fall semester 2021 will welcome architect, professor emeritus, writer Juhani Pallasmaa and architect, writer Hüseyin Yanar.
The interview between two professionals will focus on “Art in Architecture: Confession, Intuition, Experience, Life”.
Date: October 23, 2021, Saturday
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. (UTC + 3)
Location: Online (Zoom)
The conference, supported by Stoneline, will be held on October 23 at 4:00 p.m. (UTC + 3) in English, and simultaneous translation into Turkish will be provided.
Participation is free with registration on Eventbrite: https://cumartesiaurasi-pallasmaa-yanar.eventbrite.com
The Zoom session link will be emailed to participants.
Juhani Pallasmaa (born 1936), architect, professor emeritus, writer, Helsinki. Practiced design from 1983 to 2012 through his office in Helsinki. Has held the posts of Rector of the Helsinki Institute of Industrial Design, Director of the Museum of Finnish Architecture and Professor and Dean of the School of Architecture at the Helsinki University of Technology and several professors invited to the United States, and has taught and lectured at numerous universities in Europe, North and South America, Africa, Asia and Australia. Member of the Jury of the 2008-2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize.
Pallasmaa has published 60 books and 800 essays, articles and prefaces, and his writings have been translated into 36 languages. His widely known books include: The Embodied Image, The Thinking Hand, The Architecture of Image: existential space in cinema, and The Eyes of the Skin.
He is an honorary member of SAFA, AIA and RIBA, academician of the International Academy of Architecture, and has received numerous Finnish and international awards and six honorary doctorates.
Hüseyin Yanar graduated with honors from the Istanbul Academy of Fine Arts (MSGSÜ). He completed his doctorate in “Rhythm and rhythmic volumetry” in architecture and taught at the same institution. His journey at Oxford Brookes University began with his doctoral thesis on “Rhythmic Models” where he directed design studios and lectured. Later he joined the University of Tampere, Aalto University and the Academy of Fine Arts in Finland. Yanar wrote one of the three guest articles in the book of the Finnish Architecture Biennale 2010/2011. He participated in the “Istanbul Stream and Bridges” exhibition at the Academy of Fine Arts of Finland in 2012. Later, Yanar was invited to Dong-Eui University of South Korea as an associate professor in 2013-14. In the exhibition “Two Paths to Silence” with photographer Jussi Tiainen, his texts were exhibited at the Museum of Finnish Architecture in 2014. Yanar also participated in the Tallinn Architecture Biennale in 2015. His book, “ Portraits ”, which has an introduction by Juhani Pallasmaa, was published in 2011 and won one of the“ Most Beautiful Finnish Books 2011 ”awards. Now he is finalizing his new book, “A Kingdom of Architecture and Beyond”. In recent years, Yanar has taught in the “Urban Meditation” studios of the Urban Planning Group, Faculty of the Built Environment, University of Tampere, Finland. It has awards, jury members, lectures, exhibitions, review papers, built projects and also owns a studio named Orpheus North.
Yanar has lived, taught in four different countries and learned about four different cultures. He thinks there are many architectures, not just one. He also thinks it is better to forget about architecture and get out of it as much as possible and come back powerfully to see everything with a new, fresh and critical eye.
AURA on Saturday [Cumartesi Aurası]
AURA on Saturdays is an interdisciplinary lecture series under the certification program of Istanbul Architecture and Urbanism Research Academy – AURA Istanbul. It aims to create an environment for discussion, gathering and exploration in architecture, urban planning, art, technology, literature and philosophy.
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