A seminar in 3 sessions focusing on Oskar Hansen’s practice and legacy.
Oskar Hansen was a visionary Polish architect, artist, theorist and pedagogue. In 1959, he developed what he called the Open Form theory, a process-based philosophy that places human activity at the center of every discipline. With this dynamic seminar format, La Loge wants to provide the framework for a lively and critical reflection on Hansen from a variety of open perspectives: architectural, theoretical, plastic, aesthetic and so on.
Seminar scenography was conceived by Martin Belou (artist, FR) and Brendan Michal Heshka (artist, CA) with selected historical and private documentation of Hansen’s work. This seminar was co-curated with Aleksandra Kędziorek, in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw.