ANTHROPOCENIC CONDITIONS OF
SWEDISH AND GERMAN COUNTRYSIDE(S)
It is obviously that the rural areas in Europe are in the frontier of a spatial and ecological change, yet these transitions are too often overlooked by architects and spatial planners. Disciplines that have increasingly adapted their research and design methods to focus on the expanding cities.
European countryside(s) are in an urgent need to apply cross-disciplinary readings and transnational co-operations.
This is a serie of public talks throughout 2019 with the ambition of understanding and connecting historic and contemporary transformations affecting Swedish and German countryside(s).
This program is funded by the Goethe Institut.