The theme of the December session is "Nature" - the interaction between cultural and natural landscapes in the urban environment and art. It is at their intersection nowadays a new view at urbanistics and new forms of art is born.
THE SECOND LECTURE OF THE LAKHTA VIEW EDUCATIONAL PROJECT
December 15, 2017 in 6:00 PM
Location: Nevskiy prospect, 28 (Dom Knigi)
Experts will share their ideas with the audience on how to turn the city into a living, changing space, filling its daily life with new images and meanings.
The speakers of the 2st session in December are the following:
is an artist/architect
Nishida engages space aesthetics/poetics and perception of environment through his work. He researches a primordial experience of surroundings to lead people into flesh experience making them aware of new sense of perception.
Belongs to a unique school of English eccentrics. One of Britain's principal sculptural artists, he challenges convention, mixes media and plays with our artistic values. With flair and fantasy he transformed real objects into their new and different versions.
Editor-in-chief of the magazine National Geographic Russia
He has been working with the Russian National Geographic team since 2012. Andrei Palamarchuk has been engaged in journalistic and editorial activities since 1998. He worked in print and online media: he headed the site of the radio station "Europe Plus", took leading positions in the magazines Hello !, US Weekly, and in the Russian edition of the National Geographic Traveler.
Communications Director of Lakhta Center
Will moderate the lecture part of the event. Olga Buzina - program director of LAKHTA VIEW, manager of cultural projects, PhD in Philosophical sciences.