What if architecture was composed of opposites, had dual origins, and possessed both human and non-human origins? What if an environment that functions as the epitome of the natural was actually a cultural, architectural artefact, and thus actually improved the life systems around us?

Imke Woelk is a German architect and artist who explores the repositioning of human habitat in the Anthropocene. In 2003, she was awarded the Rome Prize of the German Academy Villa Massimo.  

The talk, in cooperation with the Department of Architectural Theory at the Institute of Architecture at the TU Berlin, is part of the DAZ series “We need to talk!” and will be held in English.

Link to the event on April  at 6 pm: we-need-to-talk.fieldstations.net