CAF x KADK lecture series: Architecture of Embodiment

Auditorium 2
Danneskjold-Samsøe Allé 53
1434 København K

The School of Architecture in Copenhagen and the Copenhagen Architecture Festival invite you to the CAF x KADK lecture series, which presents six prominent voices from architecture, contemporary art and cultural theory field as part of the Copenhagen Architecture Festival March 10th-20th 2016.

The presentations will take different routes to explore the architecture, and delivered both of theoreticians and practitioners, who test the limits and possibilities of the architecture field and thus may enrich our thinking and practice.

All CAF x KADK lectures are free and held in English. Read more about the lectures at

The lecture 'Architecture of Embodiment' is the fifth in the series and lectured by Alex Arteaga.

Alex Arteaga: "Architecture of Embodiment” 

If life is understood as a process of sense-making, how does architecture condition this process? Is artistic research necessary to address this subject matter in a non-reductive way? Through his current project, Architecture of Embodiment, Alex Arteaga will address in this lecture the relationships between the built environment and the processes of embodied and situated cognition. He will also present a hybrid research methodology based on henomenological and aesthetic practices. 

Om Alex Arteaga
Alex Arteaga is an artistic researcher. Trained in sound and architecture, he also received a PhD in philosophy from the Humboldt University and has developed several research projects on embodiment, aesthetic practices, image theory, architecture and urbanism. He currently directs the Auditory Architecture Research Unit and the Department of Auditory Architecture in the MA Sound Studies Program at the Berlin University of the Arts, where he holds the Einstein Junior Fellowship. 

'Arteaga_Poster'by Thomas Vilhelm

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