Symposium Water (+Design) (Feb 2016, Winnipeg Canada)

Dates: 25-27 February 2015 Location: Faculty of Architecture, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Website: http://www.atmos...

Dates: 25-27 February 2015
Location: Faculty of Architecture, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Deadline for submissions: UPDATED 30 December 2015

Water’s global disposition, physical properties and phenomenal characteristics determine or figure in all forms of spatial occupation of all living systems. Water occupies: our atmosphere; our earth’s surface in oceans, lakes and river systems and its core in aquifers and springs; and our bodies. However pervasive, water is finite. We understand water to be the harbinger of life while also recognizing its destructive potential. Water in its solid, liquid, and gaseous forms, occupies our sense of being and place in both real and imagined ways – it is vital and transformative. Water is also contested and is subject to depletion, access, and control. Water has its own way, evidenced in global flooding, droughts, and atmospheric disturbances.

We invite architects, landscape architects, interior designers, planners, artists, designers, engineers, environmental scientists, economists, geographers, poets, social scientists, and other allied disciplines to address water and spatial occupation: through texts, treatise, and words; through a range of scales, quantities and limits; and through cartography, geometry and proportion.



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The Trouble with Normal...: Symposium Water (+Design) (Feb 2016, Winnipeg Canada)
Symposium Water (+Design) (Feb 2016, Winnipeg Canada)
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