Bat-Yam international biennale of landscape urbanism -
An interdisciplinary discussion in the context of the Bat-Yam Biennale of Landscape Urbanism

The discussion focuses on the urban rhythm heard in endless sounds, which can also be seen and felt through the density and height of construction and the pause offered by parks and playgrounds. During the discussion, we will examine how the designers, curators, and artists who  are inspired and stimulated by this urban rhythm offer lasting or temporary interventions. 


Sigal Barnir and Prof. Yael Moria, Israel; Curating Urban Space

Dr. Atay Citron, Israel; The Theatricality of Urban Sound

Prof. Emmanuel Wallon, France; Performance in Urban Space

Werner Schrempf, Austria; Cities Needs to be Woken up – On the Importance of Street Art in the Multicultural European City

Glenn Weiss, New York; Interventions: The Times Square Experiment

Mushon Zer-Aviv, New York; Getting Intimate with Invisible Audiences

Sarah Gaventa, London; What Make Public Space a Truly Great Space To Be

The discussion will take place on 33 Ort Israel St, on Monday, September 27th, 4pm-7pm / the discussion is in English / Entrance is free

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