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The next edition of the Nature & Landscape Biennial, organised by the CAUE 41 and Agglopolys, will deal with the theme of “water”, incorporating historic, landscape, environmental and architectural dimensions. It will take place on Friday 16 and Saturday 17 March in Blois. It will be preceded by the international “Water(s) and Landscape(s)” symposium, aimed at researchers, which will take place in Blois on 14 and 15 March.
The new format for the Biennial, inaugurated in 2016, is being strengthened for this 5th edition: debates, walks, screenings and sound installations, etc. will be added to the traditional conferences, round table sessions and workshops.
The sessions on offer over these 2 days include:
“Water is a global issue: whether too much falls or it is sorely lacking, it is the starting point for all forms of life, for all projects. Public policies are guided and regions are organised around the major questions concerning its collection, filtration, storage, control and management. This vital resource does not just supply our networks, it is fundamental to our imaginations, our beliefs and our artistic practices. Long controlled and excessively constrained, it has shown its strength and is now treated more leniently, becoming an advantage for a development project.”
Organised as part of the 2018 Nature & Landscape Biennial, by the School of Nature and Landscape Architecture of the Centre-Val de Loire National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA), this symposium will be a forum for scientific exchanges and debates around issues bringing together water and landscapes.
The symposium looks to compare researcher rationale with operational feedback, in particular through the issue of risk or notion of heritage. That is why this symposium is open to all kinds of professionals (researchers, developers, designers, engineering departments, elected representatives and departments of local authorities, etc.). The symposium seeks to improve collective expertise regarding these regional issues and to highlight contemporary areas of convergence and divergence.
Three themes are focused on:
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