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第比利斯建筑双年展
Tbilisi Architecture Biennial

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第比利斯建筑双年展(Tbilisi Architecture Biennial——TAB)由Tinatin Gurgenidze、Natia Kalandarishvili、Otar Nemsadze和Gigi Shukakidze于2017年创立。TAB旨在将来自不同学科的专业人士聚集在同一个主题下,该展览每两年举办一次。

政策制定者、当地公众和其他相关人士将在活动期间出席,就第比利斯和其他地方的建筑和城市问题进行批评性论述。

标题:第比利斯建筑双年展
类型:节日/双年展
官方网址:http://biennial.ge
主办单位:第比利斯建筑双年展
开始日期:2018年10月26日, 下午12:20分
结束日期:2018年11月3日,下午12:20 分
举办地:Tbilisi, Georgia, Architecture, Architectural Informalities, Planning, Designs, Intervention, Lived Space, Biult Environment, Biennial, Post Soviet, Micro Rayon, Micro District, Gldani
地址:格鲁吉亚 第比利斯

TAB平台将与各界联手举办展览、新兴建筑装置、空间实验、研讨会和其他与主题相关的活动。每个活动的主题、地点以及策展人都各有不同。


历史

1988年11月,第比利斯举办了一场全新的建筑双年展。展览包括来自美国、法国、瑞士和苏联等地区的作品,以及由诸如Massimiliano Fuksas等著名国际建筑师组成的评审团,这个为期一周的活动是苏联举办的第一次、也是唯一一次建筑双年展,这反映了第比利斯作为一个相对自由的艺术岛屿在专制国家中的作用,以及它在一个封闭社会中接受新思想的能力。苏联解体和随之而来的政治动荡意味着这一展览有可能中断。2018年第比利斯建筑双年展将是格鲁吉亚自1991年恢复独立以来举办的第一次建筑双年展。

主题

2018第比利斯建筑双年展将探讨第比利斯及其以外的居住建筑区域和居住空间的非正式性。第比利斯建筑双年展的主题是“建筑未满(Buildings Are Not Enough)”,研究城市居民的转型过程和改造模式。主办方想强调的是,为了满足居民们不断变化的需求而对建筑和环境所做的调整。

“建筑未满”

第比利斯正处于建筑热潮之中。越来越多的开发商正在利用这座城市的发展迅速建起高层住宅小区。在这个快速、混乱的城市化进程中,人类的意义和城市的生活文化逐步被遗忘。因此人们需要了解这些新住宅开发项目是否能够满足城市居民的住房和社会需求。为了加深人们对这些需求的了解,因此需要研究第比利斯的自建房屋、非正式住房以及这些形成目前城市面貌的背后因素。

第比利斯的自建房屋来源于苏联转型后的建筑发展进程。这些建筑在很大程度上造就了第比利斯的城市面貌,因此包含有第比利斯的特色思想和内容。

2018年第比利斯建筑双年展将探讨第比利斯及其以外的居住建筑区域和居住空间的非正式性。第比利斯建筑双年展的标题为“建筑未满”,研究城市居民的转型过程和改造模式。主办方强调的是,建筑和环境的调整是为了满足居民们不断变化的需求,即建筑发生了改变,是因为住在其中的人的生活已经有所变化。

双年展的研究重点是苏联现代主义大规模居住区的转型过程,即所谓的微型小区。这就引出了一系列问题,因此需要在2018年第比利斯双年展期间解决这些问题。当人们超越“苏维埃”的狭隘背景时,人们会在国际背景下讨论“建筑未满”的原因,届时人们将研究周边环境、建筑单一性、非正式建筑、生活形式、社会实践以及住房问题。

苏联微区根据苏联的规则设计和建造而成,从而实现前苏联在单一城市和建筑形式中容纳每一个家庭的理想主义愿景。如今,这些地方已经建立了能够反映第比利斯近代历史的新系统。

“建筑未满”解释了苏联解体后第比利斯的混乱建筑进程。如今,过去25年的建筑进程塑造了第比利斯等城市的当今面貌。一方面,这种现象可以在全球范围内进行讨论,因为这是普通城市居民对建筑的回应,是对约束条件的解决方案,而另一方面,“建筑未满”是现有社会经济混乱的证明。

更多细节:http://biennial.ge/events/?utm_medium=website&utm_source=archdaily.com

研讨会参与者:

Ruben Arevshatyan –国际艺术评论家协会/亚美尼亚
Levan Asabashvili – Urban Reactor
Merve Bedir – A-Formal Academy
David Bostanashvili
Martin Braathen –奥斯陆建筑三年展
Alexander Brodsky
Ayham Dalal (Ifpo / TU Berlin)
Reinier De Graaf – OMA / AMO建筑事务所
Johan De Wachter
Milan Dinevski – 未来建筑平台
Martin Duplantier – Martin Duplantier Architectes事务所
Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius – Raumlabor / Floating 大学
Michael Gentile –奥斯陆大学
Lubomir Ivanov Georgiev – Vision Sofia 2050
Tinatin Gurgenidze –第比利斯建筑双年展
Thomas Ibrahim –第比利斯建筑双年展
Jorge Jáuregui – Jorge Mario Jáuregui Architects事务所
Levan Kalandarishvili
Tamta Khalvashi –伊利亚州立大学
Ia Kupatadze –伊利亚州立大学
Charlotte Malterre-Barthes –苏黎世联邦理工大学
Nutsa Nadareishvili – Urban Experiment Group
Natalia Nebieridze –第比利斯建筑双年展
Otar Nemsadze –第比利斯建筑双年展
Sarhat Petrosyan – UrbanLab Armenia
Ana Ramazashvili –人类学家
Nina Rappaport – Vertical Urban Factory
Lela Rekhviashvili – Marshrutka Project
Stefan Rusu
Dubravka Sekulić–格拉茨技术大学
Wladimir Sgibnev – Marshutka Project
Kuba Snopek
Olga Tenisheva – Strelka Institute
Wato Tsereteli –第比利斯当代艺术中心
Jesse Vogler –第比利斯自由大学/第比利斯建筑双年展
Nano Zazanashvili – Urban Policy and Research Division at the Tbilisi Department of Urban Development


The Tbilisi Architecture Biennial was established in 2017 by Tinatin Gurgenidze, Natia Kalandarishvili, Otar Nemsadze and Gigi Shukakidze. TAB aims to bring together professionals from diverse disciplines united under one topic on a biannual basis.
Policy makers, local public and other stakeholders will present during the event, initiating and broadening existing critical discourse on architectural and urban issues in Tbilisi and beyond.

Title:Tbilisi Architecture Biennial
Type:Festival / Biennial
Website:http://biennial.ge
Organizers:Tbilisi Architecture Biennial
From:October 26, 2018 12:20 PM
Until:November 03, 2018 12:20 PM
Venue:Tbilisi, Georgia, Architecture, Architectural Informalities, Planning, Designs, Intervention, Lived Space, Biult Environment, Biennial, Post Soviet, Micro Rayon, Micro District, Gldani
Address:Gldani District, Tbilisi, Georgia

The TAB platform will join forces to generate exhibitions, new architectural installations, spatial experiments, symposiums and other activities related to the theme of the event. The topic, location as well as a curator will change for each event.

HISTORY
In November 1988 Tbilisi hosted a New Architectural Biennale. Featuring work from the USA, France, Switzerland and the rest of the Soviet Union, and a jury made up of notable international architects including Massimiliano Fuksas, the week long event was the first and only architectural biennial to be held in the Soviet Union, reflecting Tbilisi’s role as an island of relative artistic freedom within the authoritarian state, and it’s receptiveness to new ideas within a closed society. The collapse of the Soviet Union and accompanying political instability meant that the event did not continue. The 2018 Tbilisi Architecture Biennial will be the first to take place since Georgia regained its independence in 1991.

TOPIC
Tbilisi Architecture Biennial 2018 will explore the informality of the built and lived spaces of residential settlements in Tbilisi and beyond. Under the name “Buildings Are Not Enough” the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial will study the transformational processes and newly reinvented patterns of city dwellers. We would like to emphasize the alterations and adjustment made to architecture and the built environment that have been undertaken by inhabitants to suit their changing needs.

"BUILDINGS ARE NOT ENOUGH"
Tbilisi is in the midst of a construction boom. Increasingly, the city is being exploited by developers rapidly erecting high-rise residential blocks. In this process of rapid, chaotic urbanization, the significance of the human being and the living culture of the city is forgotten. It is important to understand if these new residential developments can meet the housing and societal needs of city dwellers. To deepen our understanding of these needs, it is essential to study the ideas behind the self-made structures, informal housing and urban responses that shape the current urban landscape of Tbilisi.
Tbilisi’self-made structures were developed as part of the chaotic architectural process that accompanied the post-Soviet transformation. These structures shape the urban landscape of Tbilisi to a great extent, and carry within them the ideas and specific content that still characterizes the city.
Tbilisi Architecture Biennial 2018 will explore the informality of the built and lived spaces of residential settlements in Tbilisi and beyond. Under the name “Buildings Are Not Enough”, Tbilisi Architecture Biennial will study the transformational processes and newly reinvented living patterns of city dwellers. We would like to emphasize that the alterations and adjustment made to architecture and the built environment have been undertaken by inhabitants to suit their changing needs: buildings have been transformed as the lives of those who dwell within them have been transformed.
Our research focuses on the transformational processes taking place within Soviet modernist mass housing neighborhoods – so-called micro-districts. This opens up a whole spectrum of questions, which we will address during the 2018 Tbilisi Biennial. As we go beyond the parochial background of “Soviet”, we discuss why “Buildings Are Not Enough” within an international context, we will explore periphery, monotony, informal architecture, living forms, social practices, and housing issues.
Soviet micro-districts were designed and constructed according to Soviet rules and regulations to give form to the idealistic dream of accommodating every single family in the former Soviet Union within a single urban and architectural form. Today, these places have established themselves in a new system, which reflects Tbilisi ́s recent history.
“Buildings Are Not Enough” illustrates the outbreak of chaotic construction in Tbilisi that followed the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Today, the processes of the previous 25 years shape the cityscape of Tbilisi, as well as many other post-socialist cities. On the one hand, this phenomenon can be discussed globally: it is the response of ordinary city dweller to an absolute architecture, a solution to their constrained situation. On the other hand, “Buildings Are Not Enough” is a demonstration of the existing socio-economic disorder.

Symposium Participants:
Ruben Arevshatyan – International Institute of Art Critics / Armenia
Levan Asabashvili – Urban Reactor
Merve Bedir – A-Formal Academy
David Bostanashvili
Martin Braathen – Oslo Architecture Triennale
Alexander Brodsky
Ayham Dalal (Ifpo / TU Berlin)
Reinier De Graaf – OMA / AMO
Johan De Wachter
Milan Dinevski – Future Architecture Platform
Martin Duplantier – Martin Duplantier Architectes
Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius – Raumlabor / Floating University
Michael Gentile – University of Oslo
Lubomir Ivanov Georgiev – Vision Sofia 2050
Tinatin Gurgenidze – Tbilisi Architecture Biennial
Thomas Ibrahim – Tbilisi Architecture Biennial
Jorge Jáuregui – Jorge Mario Jáuregui Architects
Levan Kalandarishvili
Tamta Khalvashi – Ilia State University
Ia Kupatadze – Ilia State University
Charlotte Malterre-Barthes – ETH Zurich
Nutsa Nadareishvili – Urban Experiment Group
Natalia Nebieridze – Tbilisi Architecture Biennial
Otar Nemsadze – Tbilisi Architecture Biennial
Sarhat Petrosyan – UrbanLab Armenia
Ana Ramazashvili – Anthropologist
Nina Rappaport – Vertical Urban Factory
Lela Rekhviashvili – Marshrutka Project
Stefan Rusu
Dubravka Sekulić– Graz University of Technology
Wladimir Sgibnev – Marshutka Project
Kuba Snopek
Olga Tenisheva – Strelka Institute
Wato Tsereteli – Center of Contemporary Art Tbilisi
Jesse Vogler – Free University of Tbilisi / Tbilisi Architecture Biennial
Nano Zazanashvili – Urban Policy and Research Division at the Tbilisi Department of Urban Development

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