In the second day of the conference, Strelka organises a marathon of talks and lectures about amazing projects that deal with the banal, the ordinary, and the boring. Architect Winy Maas, commissar of the Japan pavilion at the 14th Venice Biennale Kayoko Ota, specialist in macro-logistics Clare Lyster and business innovation consultant David Erixon will discuss the role and potential of a designer in the world of urban routines and show how we can (re) create our own daily life.
Public presentations of Strelka student projects from the academic year 2013-2014 (studios: Cars, Offices, Retail and Dwelling) will conclude the event.
SCHEDULE, DAY 2:
Part III. Programming the Ordinary.
14.45 Short talks marathon. Introduction by Anastassia Smirnova
14.45 -15.15 The Invisible Routines: On Logistics. Clare Lyster, UIC
15.15 -15.45 Redefining Everyday: 8 Small Japanese Houses. Kayoko Ota, commissar of the Japan pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2014
15.45 - 16.15 Learning from Interiors. Sébastien Martinez Barat, Benjamin Lafore, Sarah Levy, curatorial team of the Belgium pavilion team at the Venice Biennale 2014
16.15 – 16.45 How Big Business Formats Small Things. David Erixon, Teleology
17.30 - 18.30 Panel Discussion Programming the Ordinary
Moderated by Anastassia Smirnova
Participants: Clare Lyster, David Erixon, Sarah Levy, Kayoko Ota
18.45 - 20.30 Strelka Student Exhibition Tour
Urban Routines in the studios: Cars, Offices, Retail and Dwelling
The conference is supported by innovation partner “MegaFon”