Apr 30, 2014 6:00–8:00pm
|Organized by:||CLUSTER (Cairo Lab for Urban Studies, Training and Environmental Research)
Danish Egyptian Dialogue Institute [DEDI]
|Address:||20 Adly Street
CKU (Centre for Culture and Development in Copenhagen)
Cairo Downtown Passages explores art and design interventions in two passageways in Downtown Cairo: the Kodak and Phillips Passageways. This workshop pairs 4 Egyptian artists and architects with 4 Danish counterparts to conceptualize and produce a design scheme for intervention in each passage, incorporating input from the local community. The participants are as follows:
Kenneth Balfelt (DK), Yasmin Elayat (EG), Jakob Fenger (Superflex) (DK), Anne Marie Galmstrup (DK), Bianca M. Hermansen (DK), Adham Selim (EG), Aya Tarek (EG), Ahmed Zaazaa (Madd Platform) (EG).
Please join us for the public review of design schemes resulting from the workshop. One design will be selected for implementation in each passage by a juried review.
The project is implemented by CLUSTER (Cairo Lab for Urban Studies, Training and Environmental Research) with the support of DEDI and CKU.
Event space provided courtesy of Al Ismaelia for Real Estate Investment and D-CAF