Aleksandr Delev

Lecture talk with Aleksandr Delev about a new problem consciousness of overcoming institutionalized modernism

We are extremely pleased to announce that 'What If' is happening again on Tuesday, the 4th of June and we couldn’t be more excited about our upcoming guest.
Aleksandr Delev is an artist, based in Berlin, working in the realms of design and architecture. In his practice he is interested in navigating between image and object by creating an infinite dream-like environment. His work spans across drawing, design and architectural proposals, intending to create a continuous landscape.

Since graduating in Architecture from the Bauhaus-University in Weimar Aleksandr has been working and participating internationally in architecture offices, publishing projects, commissions of interiors and self-initiated artistic practice.
With Aleksandr we will discuss ideas on overcoming institutionalized modernism, environment and technology as context, de-learning the imperative, and the possibilities of psycho-geography with digital and analog tools as an approach for creating. Which way western plan?

The lecture will start at 19.00 in Room 332, HFBK, Lerchenfeld 2, 22081 Hamburg.
After the lecture we hope for you to join us and Aleksandr for drinks to hopefully initiate an open, lively discussion where impressions, questions and thoughts can be expressed in order to learn with each other.

Looking very much forward seeing you.

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