Cities are the stages of social life. The built environment represents ideas about how a society should dwell, live and spend leisure time. For a long time, cities were planned by men. The result is an architecture that does not allow all inhabitants to fulfill their needs.
Topics around the interconnections of feminism, architecture and urban planning were discussed in order to reveal the sometimes contradictory demands of people on the city. The opening will begin with a lecture by Aktionsbündnis Menschenrecht auf Wohnen and then there will be an opportunity to look at the exhibits with a drink in hand.
The students will present their results of critical urban research (observation, photography & cartography) as well as short films on the theme "Seeing the city with different eyes".
We look forward to seeing you!
An exhibition by students of the elective module "Architecture for All?! Feminist Perspectives on the Built Environment".
Lecturer: M.A. Céline Schmidt-Hamburger
Image: Marla Lauckner