3rd INTERNATIONAL BIENNAL VESTIGES OF INDUSTRY 2005

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3rd INTERNATIONAL BIENNAL VESTIGES OF INDUSTRY 2005, which map industry cultural heritage in the Czech Republic and it´s new utilization. Motto of this volume is: „The Possibilites, Significance, and Difficulties Involved in the Conversion of Industrial Buildings and Sites“. The programme of Biennal is really multifarious. The cycle of conferences (only for specialists) and cultural events like exhibitions, excursions and theather performances which are focus on ordinary persons take place in six days.
3rd INTERNATIONAL BIENNAL VESTIGES OF INDUSTRY 20053. mezinárodní bienále Industriální stopy 2005

19. - 24. September 2005

Prague and Kladno

ORGANISERSResearch Centre for Industrial Heritage at the Czech Technical University in Prague (VCPD),Technical Monuments Committee of the Czech Chamber of Certified Engineers and Technicians (ČKAIT), Czech Union of Civil Engineers (ČSSI), City of Kladno.

PLANNED PROGRAMME:Conference Vestiges of Industry
21 - 22 September, opening at 9:30 in the Old Sewage Treatment Plant in Prague – Bubeneč.
An international conference aimed at examining the possibilities, significance, and difficulties of converting technical and industrial buildings and sites to new use. Participating in the conference are top experts in the field from the United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic.

  • Session 1:Reflecting on European Experiences, “Working Heritage and Us”, Integrating European Industrial Heritage (Petr Urlich, VCPD ČVUT)

    Keith Falconer (English Heritage, United Kingdom) - New Applications for Historical Industrial Buildings: The British Experience

    Paul Smith (Direction de ľarchitecture et du patrimoine, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, France) – The Conversion of Industrial Buildings – The Example of the State Tobacco Enterprises

    Wolfgang Jung (Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main, Germany) – The Transformation of Three Factories Located in the Centre of Milan, on the Atlantic Coast at Cadiz and in Porto

    Györgyi Németh (Miskolc University, Hungary) – The Protection of Industrial Landscapes and Tourism in Central Europe

    Julian Kołodziej (Warsaw Management Academy, TICCIH Poland) – European Industrial Heritage and Tourism: The Future of Technical Heritage

    Eva Dvořáková (National Heritage Institute, Czech Republic) – Czech Industrial Architecture in the Context of the Direction of Industrial Heritage in Europe

  • Session 2:Interdisciplinarity – Industrial Heritage and Contemporary Culture (Miloš Vojtěchovský, Audiovisual Studies Department, FAMU)
    Giep Hagoort (professor of art management at Hogheschool voor de kunsten, Utrecht, the Netherlands) - Creative Cities and Regions: A Challenge For Cultural Entrepreneurs

    Rolf Dennemann (artistic director of the “Off Limits” Festival, Dortmund, Germany) - Site-Specific-Art - Between the Past and the Future

    Hans D. Christ (initiator and curator of projects Hartware Medien - Kunst Verein, Dortmund, Germany)

    Corinne Pontier (member of the group Ice-meme, Grenoble, France)

    Marek Adamov (head of the project “Žilina-Záriečie Station”, Slovak Republic – Contemporary Railway Culture)

  • Session 3: Vestiges of Industry – Alternative Uses
    / Architects of Conversion in the Czech Republic

    (Benjamin Fragner, VCPD ČVUT)

    Josef Pleskot, AP Ateliér

    David R. Chisholm, CMC Architects

    Alberto di Stefano

    Martin A. Tomáš, Ateliér Qarta

    Tomáš Šenberger, ČVUT

    Šimon Caban

    Antonín Novák, Ateliér DRNH

    EXHIBITIONS - PRAGUEVestiges of Industry
    / The Architecture of Site Conversion in the Czech Republic 2000 – 2005
    6 September – 5 October at Karlín Studios, Prague
    An exhibition of selected examples of the conversion of industrial heritage sites to new use in the Czech Republic over the past five years. Most of the exhibited examples have already been completed and are of illustrative value for the public. The exhibition highlights the various approaches architects and investors have taken to the conversion of several dozen industrial sites, many of which were saved from ruin. (This travelling exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue.)

    Symmetry and Symbols – The German Interwar Industrial Architecture of Fritz Schupp and Martin Kremmer
    19 September – 23 October 2005 at the National Technical Museum, Prague
    This travelling exhibition, created by the cultural centre of the Zollverein Essen Foundation, presents the life work of two German interwar architects and two of their works that figure on UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List: The industrial grounds of the Zollverein Essen Mine, and the Ore Mines of Rammelsberg Goslar.

    Working Heritage
    20 September – 30 October in the Hall of Architects – Old Town Hall, Prague
    spotlighting several European industrial locations: the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham, industrial enterprises in Terni in Italy, the former textile plant in Roubaix, France, the Italian Schio, La Colonia Güell in Catalan, and the former industrial outskirts of Prague. The Working Heritage project originated as part of the European Union’s “Culture 2000” programme. It was run under the auspices of the French Ministry of Culture and the British government’s statutory adviser, English Heritage. A number of European towns and institutions took part in the project, including the Research Centre for Industrial Heritage ČVUT in Prague. The 3rd International Biennial – Vestiges of Industry 2005 includes presentations by participants in the project from England and France.

    Industrial Workshops
    Opens 20 September in the Old Sewage Treatment Plant in Prague - Bubeneč
    An exhibition of posters resulting from doctoral work by students working on several VCPD projects (Bohemian and Moravian Breweries; Railway Heritage on the Territory of the Czech Republic; The Textile Industry in the Czech Republic, The Symbolic Sub-Text of Industrial Architecture).

    Interwar Industrial Architecture in Czechoslovakia (A study by VCPD ČVUT)
    Opens 20 September in the Old Sewage Treatment Plant in Prague - Bubeneč

    Technical Heritage of Czech and Czechoslovak Commemorative Coins
    Opens 21 September in the Old Sewage Treatment Plant in Prague - Bubeneč

    Yellow Ball / A Finnish – Czech project combining film and dance21 September (not open to the public), 22 September at 20:00 in the Old Sewage Treatment Plant in Prague - Bubeneč
    APPLICATION FORM for the 3rd international biennial VESTIGES OF INDUSTRY 2005
    Other projects will be posted on an ongoing basis at:
    www.industrialnistopy.cz
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