The Care for Space for Care exhibition is an appeal for caring architecture and urbanism. But who should take care, and who should be cared for, when we shape our (built) environment? We invite you to take part in the dialogue and share your thoughts.
Do you care?
We are interested in hearing from you what care means in your daily - personal and professional- life and what role you see for design(ers) in taking care of the world around us.
We invite you to share your thoughts by writing a note or sending us a picture or a drawing. Your contribution(s) will become part of this Gallery, thus forming the digital counterpart of the Care for Space for Care exhibition. It will feed new conversations around this topic of care.
Share your thoughts by filling in the form underneath the question you wish to answer.
These dialogue cards are developed by the Newrope Chair of Architecture & Urban Transformation in response to the Care for Space for Care exhibition at the Flanders Architecture Institute.
As an interdisciplinary research group that is part of the architecture department of ETH Zurich, Newrope extends the themes of the Care for Space exhibition, interdependencies, maintenance and post-humanism, by asking questions in the format of dialogue cards. The main question “Who cares?” sets a self-reflective insight of what role you see for design(ers) in taking care of the world around us. Together Newrope and VAi wonder what perspective each individual has on this particular idea of caring architecture.
A printed set of these cards are to be found in the exhibition hall. Visitors of the exhibition can leave the card in the letterbox in the exhibition hall. These contributions will be displayed in the exhibition tables as well as added to this digital Gallery, thus becoming part of the exhibition Care for Space for Care. Scenes of Flanders and Brussels.