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A one day symposium convened by Hamed Khosravi, Taneha Kuzniecow Bacchin and Filippo LaFleur, creators of The Port and the Fall of Icarus, within the framework of the Extended Program of the Dutch Pavilion, “Work, Body, Leisure”, curated by Marina Otero Verzier, at the 16th Biennale di Venezia 2018. The symposium addresses the changing intertia and relationships between the port, the city and territory. 


Maria Chiara Tosi, Associate Professor of Urban Planning & Design, Università Iuav di Venezia

Han Meyer, Emeritus Professor of Urban Design Theory & Methods, TUDelft

Guido Zucconi, Professor of History of Architecture, Università Iuav di Venezia

Lori Tavasszy, Professor in Freight and Logistics, Transport Infrastructure and Logistics, TUDelft 

Antonio Revedin, Director of Strategic Planning and Development, North Adriatic Sea Port Authority, Port of Venice, President Cruise and Ferry Port Network, European Sea Ports Organisation

Carola Hein, Professor and Head of History of Architecture and Urban Planning, TUDelft

Paola Viganò, Professor of Urban Planning & Design, Università Iuav di Venezia


Marcel Hertog, Professor and Head of DIMI and of the research group Infrastructure Design and Management of civil infrastructures, TUDelft

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13:30 – 18:00

Badoer School of Doctorares, Aula Ex Biblioteca, Università lauv di Venezia

Marina Otero Verzier
Katía Truijen
Amal Alhaag, Beatriz Colomina, Marten Kuijpers, Victor Muñoz Sanz, Simone C. Niquille, Mark Wigley
Jane Chew and Matthew Stewart, Northscapes Collective (Hamed Khosravi, Taneha K. Bacchin and Filippo laFleur), Noam Toran, Giuditta Vendrame, Paolo Pattelli, Liam Young.
Raphael Coutin, Marina Otero Verzier
Hans Gremmen
Christiane Bosman, Eveline Mulckhuyse
Simone C. Niquille
Nick Axel
Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science Creative Industries Fund NL Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Rome, Italy

With the title WORK, BODY, LEISURE the 2018 Dutch Pavilion addresses the spatial configurations, living conditions, and notions of the human body engendered by disruptive changes in labor ethos and conditions.