Program (German non-profit)

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Program e.V., Berlin
Officelibrary.jpg
View of the office and library
Formation2006
Websitewww.programonline.de

Program is a German non-profit platform that aims to expand the disciplinary boundaries of architecture through its collaboration with other fields. Based in Berlin, it was founded in 2006 by Carson Chan (born 1980 in Hong Kong) and Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga (born 1979 in Thessaloniki, Greece). Program has been providing a discursive platform for artists, architects, critics and curators to explore new ideas through exhibitions, performances, workshops, lectures and residencies. Exhibitions represent a large part of Program's mandate for expanding the current understanding of architecture, both theoretically and in practice.

References[edit]

  • Stephenson, Sarah (September 2007), "PROGRAM—Initiative for Art + Architectural Collaboration", NY Arts: 76–83
  • Camblin, Victoria (March 9, 2009), "Get With the Program", Interview Magazine

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