PHYSICAL PROJECT Opportunities are created for the people of Deptford to ‘step out’ and contemplate the ‘urban text’ in which they live; to become ‘voyeurs’. To have ‘Pauses’ where they can identify, observe and experience the trialecticts, the ‘Dirty Reality’, that exists around them. Where they can gain a greater sense of communion between person
ESSAYS The essay ‘Placing Identity’ questions the contemporary status quo encountered in the landscape architectural profession. It opens a discussion about the interrelationship between identity, the designer and the landscape and its importance as a vital connection within the landscape architectural process. ‘Dirty Reality’ presents a new model which would expand the relationshs, processes and
WORKSHOP WORKSHOP: ARTISTIC PRACTICE – WORKING WITH DISPLACED AND PERIPHERAL COMMUNITIES Jens Haendeler and Alex Ioannou participated in a workshop to facilitate conversations around artistic and cultural practices that explore and work with communities affected by peripheralisation and marginalisation at Arts Catalyst. http://www.artscatalyst.org/workshop-artistic-practice-working-displaced-and-peripheral-communities Processes of peripheralisation and marginalisation are consequences of an imbalance of power.
WORKSHOP 25.03.2017 PNEVMA Collective were invited to attend and comment on the brilliant work presented by some very interesting people! From space syntax approaches within the favelas of Rio to describing the localised complexities in Mumbai the presentations left us fascinated and inspired. The speakers took us further on to learn about the triad of informalities found within Valparaiso and opened our eyes to the negotiated typologies found in
PRESENTATION Date: Wednesday 26/10/2016 6pm to 8pm Title: Weaponised Landscapes: Mapping ‘the Jungle’ – research seminar at Centre for the Study of Democracy (CSD), University of Westminster Description: Anushka Athique, Jens Haendeler and Alex Ioannou of landscape research design collective PNEVMA [and recent MA Landscape Architecture graduates at the university of Greenwich] have carried out
PROJECT IN PROGRESS This workshop aims to look at the formal and informal migrant camps of Calais and Grande-Synthe through the lens of landscape. First by tracing and documenting the settlements’ historic development and then by revealing and mapping their socio-economic flows a well as the endo- and exogenic forces forming their architectural form. We will explore
PROJECT IN PROGRESS Jens Ruben Haendeler and Alex John Ioannou have been awarded a Whole Earth Fellowship in 2015, granting them funds in order to develop a prototype of their intertidal living river wall panel in order to mitigate the negative effects of urbanisation onto river systems. The prototype has been exhibited in the Siemens
PROJECT IN THE BOOKS The UN Buffer Zone is a human creation with a ‘complex system’ of elements. The workshop will try to understand the historical events which were responsible for the construction of a long narrative of division on the landscape which has led to recorded separation on maps and to poignant collective perspectives