The Urban Yoga by Anja Humljan
Photo: Emilio P. Doiztua
9TH – 19TH OF AUGUST 2016 IN AARHUS
Through interdisciplinary master class studios the CAFx SUMMER SCHOOL explores relationships of architecture and film during eleven days in August 2016. Six upcoming architects and filmmakers under 40 years will co-teach three thought provoking master class studios in Aarhus. The architects and filmmakers have been selected by an international jury on the basis of their recent submissions to the Future Architecture submissions, see www.futurearchitectureplatform.org.
Johann Lurf (A)
Anja Humljan (SI)
Marta Ordeig (D/E)
Carmen García (E)
Léopold Lambert (F/US)
Clément Blanchet (F)
FILM x ARCHITECTURE STUDIOS
Under the headline ‘Form beyond image’ the three summer school studios with a max. of 12 participants each will explore new interdisciplinary perspectives and positions in various medias such as film experiments, storyboards, manifestos, drawings, sketches models and 1:1 prototypes. The studios are supplemented by key lectures and prominent figures invited from within the fields of film and architecture. Participants are expected to bring their own hardware and software equipment to rethink and re-envision the relations of architecture and film. The studio works will be documented in a final publication and will result in the Film x Architecture exhibition opening August 19th at the Aarhus School of Architecture.
Studio 1: FILMS TELL STORIES. SO DOES THE ARCHITECTURE
HOW TO APPLY
The CAFx summer school is open to both students and professionals with a background in Architecture and Film or those who are interested in exploring new interdisciplinary environments. To apply please submit 1 page motivational letter and a 5-page portfolio to email@example.com, which will form the basis for the selection of participants. The deadline for applications is the 20th of June 2016. Admission is approved within two weeks as soon as the selected participants can document payment of the enrollment fee of 500€.
Please note that all participants traveling from abroad are responsible for securing any visa required and that we are not able to give you ECTS points for participating in the summer school.
credit: Mikkel Frost
THE CITY OF AARHUS
Aarhus – a vibrant city situated by the sea in the heart of Jutland – has been appointed European Capital of Culture in 2017. With a population of just over 300,000 people it also holds the titles of Denmark’s second largest city and the city with the youngest population, with a great number of cosy pubs, stylish cafés and always the option to have a dip in the sea. Being a university city and centre for education, Aarhus has a large student population and the average age of its inhabitants is among the lowest in Europe.
Anyone who appreciates architecture will find many points of interest in the city, realizing the big number of iconic buildings – well known from images published on the internet – Aarhus actually loges. Such as the new art museum ARoS with it’s famous rainbow panorama by schmidt hammer lassen architects , the Iceberg housing project a.o. by CEBRA located by the harbor, the recently finished Moesgaard Museum by Henning Larsen Architects as well as the City Hall by the famous Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen.
THE AARHUS SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
The Aarhus School of Architecture, that is considered one of the best schools worldwide, soon will be undergoing a huge transformation, where BIG, SANAA and Lacaton & Vassal were preselected in a competition to design the new building in the center of Aarhus.