Flowing Around the World

Architect Theo Deutinger will highlight the actions that human beings have been carrying on on the planet for the past 500 years

The talk will focus on the past 500 years of human action on planet earth. This is the time from the first documented circumnavigation of planet earth to the now and here – the time from discovering the spherical space we inhabit till the time we endanger exactly this discovery. Together we can discuss about today’s global flow of goods, people and information as part of the system of the new international division of labor (NIDL). A system that benefits largely from cheap fossil fuel and global inequalities in political rights and income.

The lecture will be led by Theo Deutinger from The Department (Flachau, Austria).

 

About the speaker

Theo Deutinger is an architect, writer, and designer of socio-cultural studies. He is the founder and head of The Department (TD), an office that combines architecture with research, visualisation, and conceptual thinking at all scale levels from global planning, urban master plans, and architecture to graphical and journalistic work. Theo Deutinger trained as an architect at the Technical Universities of Graz and Delft.
He has taught at various design academies in Austria, Germany, The Netherlands, Russia, and the USA.

 

Published Books

Ultimate atlas – logbook of spaceship earth (Lars Müller, 2019)
Handbook of Tyranny (Lars Müller, 2017)
Help Me I Am Blind, with Heidi Specker (jrp/ringier publishers, 2010)

 

Exhibitions

2021 World Exhibition, solo exhibition at the Forum Stadtpark, Graz (AT)
2019 State of Tyranny, solo exhibition at Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York (USA)
2019 Handbook of Tyranny, at the Swiss Architecture Museum, Basel (CH)

 

Theo Deutinger by Zarina Kodzaeva

Flowing Around the World

Architect Theo Deutinger will highlight the actions that human beings have been carrying on on the planet for the past 500 years

18.08
11:00 — 12:00

  • Event: Lecture
  • Venue: Palazzo Bembo
  • Presence: In-person
  • Language: English
  • Admission: Free of charge
  • Links: Website, Instagram