Panel talk with Anab Jain, Greg Lynn, Timothy Morton and Claudia Pasquero
Moderated by Hani Rashid
Over the past years, architecture has been caught in turbulence and flux of critical environmental issues, shifting the pedagogical framework towards pressing questions on sustainability and the future of cities. A sequence of humanitarian emergencies including the environmental, economic, migratory, sanitary, and political crises of the previous years jeopardized aspects of civic life and led to or accelerated radical shifts both in the discipline and practice field of architecture. The prevailing sense of uncertainty and unpredictability of the future has highlighted the necessity for bold and clear strategies of repair and reconciliation, radical visions, and corrective actions to the human-induced irreparable damage of the environment, defending humanism and the health and well-being of our ecosystems.