Scarcity and Creativity in the Built Environment
A Research Project funded by HERA
Model of Success or Obsolete? - On the status quo and the future of the Viennese Housing Model. Dérive promises a lively discussion aside of the race for the best austerity proposal. Discussion panel with Eva Bauer, Gabu Heindl, Karin Lischke, Christoph Laimer, Michael Rieper, Georg Kolmayr, Andreas Rumphuber The Event is organized by dérive and will be held on Fr., Feb. ...
Two members of the SCIBE team have been invited to talk at an international conference in Graz entitled: Is There (Anti)Neoliberal Architecture? Andreas Rumpfhuber (Vienna) will give a paper called Framing the Possible. Architecture of Immaterial Labour and Jeremy Till (London) a paper Scarcity Scares. The conference runs on 11th and 12th November, with further details here.
Michael Klein and Andreas Rumpfhuber will be delivering a presentation about "Public Housing as City Branding – The Case of Vienna’s Public Housing Model: a Creative Mode of City Branding in Times of Scarcity" at the Branded Spaces Conference in Karlsruhe, Germany, 15-17. Sept 2011. Purpose This paper will be reading the Vienna Public Housing Model as a highly efficient, yet unprecedented ...
Jeremy will be delivering a keynote lecture at the Economy Conference in Cardiff, which runs from 6th to 8th July. His talk, called 'Scarce Pickings' is the first outing of his musings on the intersection of scarcity and the built environment.
VIDEO / PODCAST Fabricating Scarcities is part of Scarcity Exchanges, a series of exchanges on and around the topic of scarcity, bringing together some of the leading thinkers in the field to expound on one of the most pressing, but often avoided, issues of the day. Saskia Sassen the Robert S. Lynd Professor of Sociology and Co-Directs The Committee on Global Thought, Columbia ...
VIDEO / PODCAST Concepts of Scarcity is part of Scarcity Exchanges, a series of exchanges on and around the topic of scarcity, bringing together some of the leading thinkers in the field to expound on one of the most pressing, but often avoided, issues of the day. Iain Boal is a social historian and co-founder ...