Field as Archive/Archive as Field: Architectural Insights from Contemporary Turkey

An der Bartlett School of Architecture findet am 19. Mai eine Konferenz zum Thema ‚Field as Archive/Archive as Field: Architectural Insights from Contemporary Turkey‚ statt.


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Attendance is free but booking is required (please see below).

Symposium Programme

9.30-10am Welcome and introduction by Prof Murray Fraser, Vice-Dean of Research, BSA

10-10.30am „Architectural Research i̶n̶ Unsettling Times: a Speculative Framework“

Dr Eray Çaylı, Teaching Fellow in Architectural History & Theory, BSA

10.30-11am Tea/coffee break

11am-12.30pm Session One: Archives

„Archival Narratives of Istanbul’s Historic Peninsula: Entangled Fields of Shared Authority and the Evasion of Responsibility“ – Pınar Aykaç (BSA)

„Accumulating Facts / Enabling Histories: in Search of Late-Ottoman Architectural History in Turkey’s State Archives“ – Dr Göksun Akyürek (Bahçeşehir University)

Response by Dr Zeynep Kezer (Newcastle University)

12.30-1.30pm Lunch

1.30-3pm Session Two: Fields

„Participation and Collective Production in the Field: Bottom-up Urban Transformation in an Istanbul Neighbourhood“ – Dr Senem Doyduk (Sakarya University)

„On the Relational Nature of Architectural Fieldwork: Researching Displacement and Minorities on Imbros/Gökçeada“ – Sevcan Ercan (BSA)

Response by Prof Peg Rawes (BSA)

3-3.30pm Tea/coffee break

3.30-5pm Session Three: Archiving Fields

„Landscapes of Uncertainty: the Politics and Ethics of Architectural Research on Illegalised Migration“ – Merve Bedir (TU Delft)

„Documenting Violence and Destruction in Southeastern Turkey“ – Emre Özyetiş (Mardin Artuklu University)

Response by Dr Davide Deriu (University of Westminster)

5-6pm Plenary session (chaired by Prof Jane Rendell, Director of Architectural History & Theory, BSA) and discussion on plans for publication

6-7.30pm Drinks reception