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David Eugin Moon
Local Collaborator (Holland)Klaas Kresse
Student ParticipantsAmy Atzmon, Allison Burrell, Owen Maher, Jason Mandre, Rachel Mulder, Chong Ying Pai, Sheena Shah, Wotong Shen, John Walter, Gordon Warwick, Sabrina Yeung
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4/20/12 – 8/19/12 Test Site Rotterdam, Schieblock, Rotterdam, The Netherlands (Schiekade 189, 3013 BR) 5th IABR featured selected projects from 2011 POST-SQUAT NL course and workshop – “TRAVEL ROTTERDAM,” “sur_URBAN LAYER,” “POST-SQUAT PAKHUISMEESTEREN,” and “SQUATTABLE ARTWORK & SQUARES.” In addition … Continue reading →
Before squatting became illegal in Holland, a squat was deemed lawful when a table, mattress, and lamp were placed in a space which had been vacant for at least one year. In addition to exhibiting work from the workshop, a … Continue reading →
POST-SQUAT NL presented to the City of Rotterdam officials and invited to participate in the 5th IABR (International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam).
The presentation to the municipality was well received, and based on the final projects, POST-SQUAT NL is invited to participate in next year’s 5th International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam. The 2012 edition of the Biennale is titled “Making City” and actively … Continue reading →
The exhibition opening took place the second floor at Schieblock, and moved to the ground level street facade / event space the next day. The exhibition was featured during “Dag van de Architectuur,” a “Day of Architecture” organized by the … Continue reading →
The student work elicited an interesting conversation from the invited critics. The projects covered a diverse range of topics, as well as many interpretations of the “post-squat” term created for the course. Although intended to be a very precise term, … Continue reading →