Unpacking Burckhardt
with Social Design Studio, House of Commons, and others

6–8 pm
Narrowcast House, Gottschalkstraße 36, Kassel

Students of Social Design Studio Vienna share their projects and questions around neighborhood research, photo: aneducation

“What do we have in common, and how are we to fight for it?” asked Oskar and Zofia Hansen in The Open Form in Architecture: The Art of the Great Number (1959). While each neighborhood has its specific urgencies, to what extent is it possible to share methodologies and tools within varying scopes and scales? In a gathering of individuals and approaches, the Unpacking Burckhardt series moves to Narrowcast House—an open radio studio and listening space in Kassel’s Nordstadt—situating collective questions and locating possibilities for resistant research.

Social Design Studio contributions from: Brigitte Felderer, Markus Gebhardt, Michel Gölz, Veronika Hackl, Klaus Kodydek, Lena Kohlmayr, Tinka Legvart, Eva Mair, Milly Reid, Clara Rosa Rindler-Schantl, Christina Schraml, Cosima Terrasse, Enrico Tomassini, Herwig Turk, Asia Valencic, and Andrea Visotschnig

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