How will we deal with in the future with the past that has yet to come? How will preservation change values? What will be the new monuments? We invite you to join us in an exploration of the future of our past.
During the Why Factory workshop at the Aedes Campus Network in Berlin, the multi-layered fabric of the city formed the base for speculations for future urban developments. Nine sites gave examples of how we may deal with history, value and changing requirements in the coming centuries. Research methods like speed-date brainstorms and scenario-making were used to explore the future of our past.
The workshop included a lecture by Winy Maas and two reviews. It resulted an exhibition in the space of Aedes on the Pfefferberg, Berlin Prenzlauer Berg. The exhibition was the result of the workshop at the Aedes Campus Network Berlin.
Alexander Sverdlov, Ulf Hackauf, Felix Madrazo, Jeronimo Meja
Maarten Filius, Sebastian Haufe, Alfred Ho, Sijme van Jaarsveld, Karel van der Kaaij, Timur Karimullin, Gretha Kuurstra, Eduard Lepp, Neslihan Parmaksizoglu, Reimer Postma, Eliot Rosenberg, Rajiv Sewtahal, Jakub Skalimowski, Christy Sze, Yushang Zhang, Jan Michael Twilfer, Johannes Drechsler, Karl Naraghi, Jeroen Meissner
Prof. Winy Maas, Prof. Christopher Dell, Lukas Feireiss, Dr. h.c. Kristin Feireiss, Hans-Jürgen Commerell
AEDES Network Campus Berlin