Submissions for open call

Work Abstract

The work abstract is a short synopsis of the central idea of the work supported by a selection of sketches or representations of the intended artefact/work. The work must be contemporary and made in 2015 or later.

The synopsis must not exceed 400 words (excluding references and figures). We kindly ask you to add a short C.V. to the synopsis no longer than a single page. The total document (synopsis, images and C.V.) must not exceed 6 A4 pages and should be saved as a PDF file of maximum 10 MB, labelled with the name of the applicant.

Send to WORKS+WORDS19@kadk.dk via e.g. WeTransfer.

Language: English
Submission: Free
Deadline: December 3th, 2018 at 12:00.

 

Eligibility

The applicant must be an architect and researcher or an architect and ph.d. student currently holding a research position (or had such a position between 2015-2019) at a school of architecture in Europe.  

Works and Words 2017 showed works from the Scandinavian countries, Works and Words 2019 will show works from Europe, and the intention is to extend the Biennale to include works from all over the world in 2021.

 

WORKS+WORDS 2019 curators and organising committee

Anders Abraham, Professor, Architect PhD, KADK
Peter Bertram, Associate Professor, Architect PhD, KADK
Christina Capetillo, Associate Professor, Architect PHD, KADK
Jakob Brandtberg Knudsen, Head of School of Architecture, Architect, KADK
Arne Høi, Head of Institute of Architecture and Culture, Architect, KADK
Beate Marie Hølmebakk, Institute of Form, Theory and History, Professor, AHO
Claus Peder Pedersen, Associate Professor PhD, AARCH

The committee will review and select works; coordinate the biennale and communicate the events through the biennale channels.

Contact

All questions relating to the open call or the biennale should be sent in writing to WORKS+WORDS19@kadk.dk

 

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