Constituting the Critique: Architecture in between Pop Culture, Experiments and Idiosyncrasies
How can architecture respond to the many current global challenges as a critical practice? Is there a way to confront ‘business as usual’ from within the system? Architect, writer and curator Andrés Jaque joins architectural professor and critic Niklas Maak in an elaborate exchange of thoughts and suggestions on how to revitalize architecture as a practice of critical projection.
Andrés Jaque (ES) is an architect, author, curator, and founder of the Office for Political Innovation. He has received the Frederick Kiesler Prize for Architecture and the Arts as well as the Silver Lion in Venice (2014) and the Dionisio Hernández-Gil Prize.
Niklas Maak (DE) is an architect, architecture theorist, professor (PhD), author and arts editor of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. He has received the George F. Kennan Prize, the Henri Nannen Prize, and the COR Prize for Architectural Critique.