DUPLA EXPOSIÇÃO (DOUBLE EXPOSURE) will debate the dilemmas of Amazonian development by addressing both the macro and microstructures that define this vast biogenetic and sociocultural infrastructure.
The event will take place on August 27, at 18:30h, in Studio X Rio.
Architect, urban planner and landscape architect, is a professor at Columbia University. He works in collaboration with local populations and focuses its work on the idiosyncrasies of indigenous peoples that make up the Amazon. Since 2007 develops a construction job and permaculture with the ethnicity Mundurukú, in Para. With them he has already worked on site with his students.
Ana Maria Duran
Ana María Durán Calisto is an architect and researcher, and co-director of Estudio A0 in Quito. Her research efforts focus on three themes: the urbanization processes in remote and fragile ecosystems such as the Amazon Basin and the Galapagos Islands, the impact of the integration of infrastructure in South America, and the forces that shape Latin American practices of contemporary design. Ana Maria is a member founder of the South America Project, an initiative led by Harvard University, and a professor at the University of Quito.
Gabriel Duarte is one of the founders of the office CAMPO aud and Professor at PUC-Rio, where he teaches topics that are part of the South America Project network. He was visiting professor at the Architectural Association, MIT, Harvard, among others. He has received the Tochtermann Wolf award from UNESCO, and the Takashi Inuye from the IFHP. He graduated from FAU-UFRJ, where is a doctoral candidate in PROURB, and obtained his master's degree from TU Delft, Netherlands.
The lecture will be in English