Kategorie: • Lampedusa


Berlin Calling Lampedusa

20. Januar 2014 - 10:38 Uhr

Schedule- Berlin Calling Lampedusa

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Lampedusa 2013 – Video
by Thomas Kilpper

13. Januar 2014 - 23:45 Uhr

Lampedusa Video

mp4 / 640 x 360 / 136,2 MB / 12.5 Min

Teil meines Beitrages zu global aCtIVISm im ZKM Karlsruhe

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Kein Land in Sicht

18. Mai 2011 - 19:05 Uhr

Kein Land in Sicht, Zitty 11/2011, Autor: Johannes Wendland

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A Lighthouse for Lampedusa @ transient spaces in Naples/Napoli

3. Mai 2010 - 0:20 Uhr

After showing A Lighthouse for Lampedusa! in 2008/09 at Dispari&Dispari Project, Reggio Emilia and 2009 at Villa Romana, Florence, Napoli is the third stage of my Lampedusa project: to be seen at Lanificio 25 at Piazza Enrico de Nicola right in the centre of Napoli.
It was great fun to set it up. Thanks to all who helped installing it. Thanks to all in Lampedusa who are trying to make this dream come true.
Best wishes
Thomas Kilpper

A Lighthouse for Lampedusa!, Lanificio25, Piazza Enrico de Nicola, Naples, 2010


Napoli.Lampedusa - Model

A Lighthouse for Lampedusa! – Lanificio Naples, 2010
Installation made from metal grid, wire, coloured plastic stripes, photos and light, ca. 8m x 5m x9m

Napoli.Lampedusa - Model

Lanificio Naples, 2010 - Installation

Napoli.Lampedusa - Model

Napoli.Lampedusa - Model

Lanificio Naples, 2010 - Installation

Napoli.Lampedusa - Model

Lanificio Naples, 2010 - Installation

Napoli.Lampedusa - Model

Lanificio Naples, 2010 - Installation

Napoli.Lampedusa - Model

Lanificio Naples, 2010 - Installation

Napoli.Lampedusa - Model

Napoli.Lampedusa - Model

Lanificio Naples, 2010 - Installation

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“A Lighthouse for Lampedusa!” @ IABR.NL

26. September 2009 - 13:17 Uhr


“A Lighthouse for Lampedusa!” is presented at the
4th INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE ROTTERDAM
OPEN CITY: DESIGNING COEXISTENCE
24 September 2009 – 10 January 2010

The Curator and the Director of the International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam (IABR) are pleased to invite you, also on behalf of the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI), to the festive opening of the fourth edition of the Architecture Biennale in the NAI in Rotterdam on Thursday 24 September, 2009, from 4:00pm. The Biennale combines six sub-exhibitions by independent curators: Maakbaarheid, Refuge, Collective, Community, Reciprocity and Squat.

REFUGE
Curated by Philipp Misselwitz and Can Altay

“Refuge” can imply a safe haven, or the notion of forced displacement, producing spaces that can range from luxurious resorts to overcrowded refugee camps. Spaces of refuge are generated by the desire or necessity to withdraw from the city, to keep out intruders, or to protect and control those inside. In our societies, protective isolation is as necessary as openness, yet when refuge dominates, urbanity is at risk. Focusing on cities in Turkey and the Middle East, this exhibition approaches spaces of refuge from opposing angles: as threats to urbanity that need to be prevented or dismantled, and as intimate, but still undeveloped forms of the Open City. Refuge will present projects from Rome, Istanbul, Beirut, Amman, Cairo, Dubai, Tripolis/ Nahr el Bared, Jerusalem, Diyarbakir, Tbilisi and other sites across Turkey, the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East.

Address:
Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI)
Museumpark 25
3015 CB Rotterdam
For more information please check www.iabr.nl or contact the IABR Service Desk
+31 10 4401342

A Lighthouse for Lampedusa! drawing mixed media, 330x150cm, 2009
A Lighthouse for Lampedusa! drawing mixed media, 330x150cm, 2009

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