CLAIMING*SPACESFeminist* Perspectives in Architecture and Spatial Planning
International Conference14. & 15. November 2019TU Wien — Part of Archdiploma
The international conference CLAIMING*SPACES. Feminist Perspectives in Architecture and Spatial Planning within the framework of ARCHDIPLOMA 2019, will ask questions about the connections and dynamics that lead to a so-called leaky pipeline for women in architecture and spatial planning.
The pointing out of the lack of feminist actors and perspectives serves as a starting point for the discussion. It is not only about women's difficult career opportunities, but also about whether the people who create the built environment as a group should not be as diverse as those who use it.
CLAIMING*SPACES invites students, teachers, planners and researchers from the fields of architecture and spatial planning as well as interested parties to participate in the discourse in the form of discussions, lectures and workshops and to jointly design feminist positions and tools for a different kind of architecture and spatial planning.
The conference is public & free of charge! Please register at:email@example.com
On the 14th and 15th of November the CLAIMING*SPACES Conference awaits its participants and guests with a broad range of talks, discussions, workshops and performances:
[Day 1: 14. November 2019]
→ Download Program
12:00—13:00 → Registration
withAnna SteigerVice Rector for Human Resources and Gender TU Wien
Christine HohenbüchlerHead of the Institute of Art and Design, Curator Archdiploma 2019, TU Wien
Introduction: Inge Manka, Claiming*Spaces-Collective, TU Wien
›SHARING OUR FEMINIST
DESIGN POWER TOOLS‹
byHélène FrichotKTH Stockholm
Presentation and discussion of the findings of several interrogative research projects at TU Wien.
Moderation: Silvia Forlati, Share Architects and researcher, Vienna
Contributions:→ Lauren Janko, Annalisa Mauri, Veronika Wladyga: «State of the Art» Questionnaire at Faculty of Architecture and Planning→ Sabina Riß: «Equality for Women in Architecture after 100 Years of Women’s Admission to University?» Research seminar with Katharina Dunkl, Viktoria Edler, Katharina Rohringer, Sophie Schaffer, Stephanie Szerencsics, Günther Wimmer
→ Petra Hirschler: «100 Years Being Nice Is Enough» Research seminar
Guests:→ Ursula Faix Task-Force «Women in Architecture» at the Architects’ Council of Europe (ACE)→ Barbara Kübler Chamber of Architects, Women’s Comittee→ Christian Kühn Dean of Architecture Studies, TU Wien→ Brigitte Ratzer Gender Competence Department, TU Wien→ Fachschaft Architektur Student Council, TU Wien→ Sibylla Zech Professor of Regional Planning and Regional Development, TU Wien (tbc)
16:30—18:00 → Panel
›THE FEMINIST ECO-PANEL HOUSING QUEER ECOLOGIES‹
Cases and Theories
Introduction: Karin ReisingerTU WienContributions:→ Aleksandra Bogdanovic TU Wien→ Emma Carlén Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
→ Hélène Frichot KTH Stockholm→ Melanie_Mo Hartmann TU Wien→ Kenneth Loe Academy of Fine Arts Vienna→ Suzana Milevska Visual Culture Theorist and Curator, Skopje→ Matilde Mørk Academy of Fine Arts Vienna→ Karin Reisinger TU Wien
›WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE& PLANNING‹
The roundtable seeks reflection and internationalexchange of experiences, practices and approaches in architecture and planning towards developing feminist strategies for spatial questions.Moderation: Elke KrasnyCultural Theorist, Curator, Urban Researcher, Academy of Fine Arts ViennaBernadette KrejsClaiming*Spaces Collective, TU Wienwith:→ Katharina Bayer Einszueins Architektur, Vienna→ Ievgeniia Gubkina Urban Forms Center, Kharkiv→ Petra Petersson Realarchitektur (Berlin), Dean Faculty of Architecture, TU Graz→ Milota Sidorova Co-founder & Director Women of Prague Public Space (WP Prague)→ Lina Streeruwitz StudioVlayStreeruwitz, Vienna
[Day 2: 15. November 2019]
›FEMINISMS INARCHITECTURE & PLANNING SCHOOLS‹
Critiquing academic institutions and demanding change for more equity and diversity both in curricula as well as in teaching and research conditions.
Moderation: Christina LinortnerTU GrazInge MankaClaiming*Spaces Collective, TU Wien
with:→ Charlotte Malterre-Barthes Parity Group ETH Zürich→ Working Group Gender Christina Ehrmann, Silvester Kreil, Antje Lehn IKA, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
→ Meike Schalk KTH Stockholm
Who defines what ‘good’ architecture is? How can we reveal architecture’s self-defined objectivity and neutrality? Why not think of a (built) environment where there is room for all of us?
Moderation: Melanie_Mo HartmannClaiming*Spaces CollectiveJulia WiegerArchitect, Researcher and Curator, Vienna
with:→ Katarina Bonnevier MYCKET, Stockholm→ Ingrid Ruudi Estonian Academy of Arts, Tallinn
→ Julischka Stengele Transdisciplinary Artist, Vienna
Taking up the topics of the preceding panels anddiscussions, the workshop seeks to find and define common ideas, strategies and tools for a feminist transdisciplinary architectural and planning practice. The results will be part of the CLAIMING*SPACES manifesto.
by: → Claiming*Spaces Workshop Group Susanne Mariacher, Birgit Miksch, Maria Myskiw, Max Ostermann, Leon Scheufler
›100 MINUTES OFDESIGNING FEMINISTACTIVISM‹
Presentation of feminist collectives, researchand design projects, buildings, books, diplomasand initiatives.
Moderation: Marlene WagnerTU Wien
with:→ Katarina Bonnevier→ Ievgeniia Gubkina→ Eva Kail (tbc)→ Charlotte Malterre-Barthes & Dubravka Sekulic→ Birgit Miksch & Maria Myskiw→ Ursula Napravnik→ Claudia Schaefers→ Christine Zwingl→ Claiming*Spaces Workshop Reportand more
DINNER FOR ALL
The CLAIMING*SPACES Collective is a bottom-up group of students, graduates, teachers and researchers at TU Wien which seeks to foster intersectional feminist perspectives in architecture and spatial planning.
It was founded in 2019 on the initiative of Inge Manka to curate and organise the first CLAIMING*SPACES Conference which deals with the following questions:
→ How can mechanisms of exclusion be uncovered and deconstructed? → How can feminist architecture/ planning/research be brought into the main discourse as a productive implicitness? → How can discriminating forms of knowledge production and historiography be questioned, newly phrased and done differently? → How can feminist vocational practices induce much needed changes in planning and building?
We, the collective of CLAIMING*SPACES, invite students, teachers, architects/urban planners and researchers to participate in discussions, lectures and workshops and conceptualize intersectional_feminist positions and tools together, to create different forms of architectural and spatial planning.
Members of the CLAIMING*SPACES Collective are Sarah Bernhard, Viktoria Edler, Melanie_Mo Hartmann, Petra Hirschler, Lauren Janko, Bernadette Krejs, Inge Manka, Susanne Mariacher, Annalisa Mauri, Birgit Miksch, Maria Myskiw, Max Ostermann, Karin Reisinger, Sabina Riß, Leon Scheufler, Veronika Wladyga. (October 2019)
In order to ensure that the conference is accessible for as many people as possible, we assembled a Queer_Feminist Glossary corresponding to the fields of Architecture and Spatial Planning.
→ Feminist CLAIMING*SPACES Glossary
→ Conference Program
→ Conference Program plus CVs of Speakers
→ Conference Poster
If you have any further questions, please contact
Susanna Böcherer & Inge MankaMail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: + 43 1 58801 26411
Also if you need additional support regarding childcare or accessibility, write us an email!
At this conference we strive to provide a space free of harassment for everyone. This means we condemn any form of racism, as well as any discrimination based on gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, age, religion and any other identity. If anything makes you feel uncomfortable or you have questions, please feel empowered to speak up.