DESERTMED is an ongoing interdisciplinary research project. A group of artists, architects and writers travelled to seventy uninhabited islands of the Mediterranean, impartially cataloguing information that can be interpreted in multiple ways. The Desertmed website showcases this temporary archive.
DESERTMED, a project about the deserted islands of the Mediterranean.
Last day discussions of The Watched Field in Chania, August 2012. Autonomous Cells was the prison part of the workshops emphasizing on a real design of an autonomous room or a cell, created in order to host an inhabitant for undetermined time with no real possibility of exit.
Schrebergarten, Berlin, KAM wokshops 2012. The participants were asked to design or describe with technical accuracy a system of auto surveillance through a series of drawings that will form the task of this first narrative workshop (The Watched Field / Controlled Area).
KAM workshops 2012: The Watched Field
KM Properties is a development project in Athens, by Oliaros. The landscape screen presents the design projects and video statements by the architects. Presented on a 24’’ touchscreen at Made In Athens, in the context of the 13th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice Biennale, 2012. Made by Lamb and Lamp w/ Marlef. See the web version here.
This portrait screen presents an overview of KM Properties, a development project in Athens, by Oliaros. Presented on a 24’’ touchscreen at Made In Athens, in the context of the 13th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice Biennale, 2012. Made by Lamb and Lamp w/ Marlef. See the web version here.
The Watched Field: The Berlin and the Cretan issues of KAM workshops 2012 examine the conditions of police and prison as major references of architecture today.
The Watched Field is the thematic of this year’s KAM workshops.