Place and Displacement: Exhibiting Architecture

Apr 25, 2013 - Apr 27, 2013
The National Museum, Oslo


Within the framework of the OCCAS research project Place and Displacement: Exhibiting Architecture, we have invited scholars from the new research field of architectural exhibitions to discuss on‐going work that explores the exhibition as an architectural medium par excellence. The three sessions – Display, Canon and Time – overlap and intersect thematically. The symposium will provide a tentative framework for the forthcoming anthology Place and Displacement: Exhibiting Architecture, to be published by Lars Müller Publishers, Zürich, and launched at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, June 2014.


Opening Keynotes

Adam Lowe, Factum Arte, Madrid: Dematerialising and Rematerialising
Mark Cousins, AA, London: Exhibition and Inhibition



Wallis Miller: Architecture on Exhibit
Wenche Volle: Edvard Munch’s Exhibition Room: Empathy and Frame
Sven‐Olov Wallenstein/Daniel Birnbaum: Lyotard, Les immatériaux
Felicity D. Scott: Architecture: Out of Place


Thordis Arrhenius: The Architectural Museum in Stockholm in the 1960s: Counterculture and Protest
Léa‐Catherine Szacka: The 1976 Venice Biennale and the dDmise of the Modern Movement
Barry Bergdoll: The Politics of MoMA’s Involvement with Latin America, 1940‐1960
Helena Mattsson: ‘Consumer in Infinity’: Life as a Full‐scale Demonstration


Mari Lending: Anachronic Plaster
Ines Weizman: Copyright, Copyleft and Critical Appropriation in Architecture
Victor Plahte Tschudi: Negotiating Time in Print
Jorge Otero-Pailos: Double Temporalities

Researching exhibitions

Presentations by OCCAS PhD candidates: Natalie O’Donnell, Tina Di Carlo, Lothar Diem, Christian Parreno



Originally posted Mar 4, 2013. Latest revision May 4, 2021.

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