(born in 1985) is a Belgian photographer. He sensitively depicts the built environment and genuine atmospheres created by
the purest relationship between man and architecture. His works are based on a contemporary form of humanism that the international
press has identified over the years as a “humanistic” approach, in which a building’s broader architectural and environmental
contexts are the focus.
Julien has been working on a
lecture on the subject of *Identity* - in which he reconceives the role of photography in creating identity in a broader sense,
and how this shapes the architectural discourse. After so many years working with small and big offices all over the world,
he felt it was an important moment to address this subject of identity – how photography influences the state of architectural
discourse, how images can reveal the social, the marginal, the incidental and the singular, the imagined and the lived.
This academic year SLIVER
is presenting a "Mixtape" by our junior faculty who contributed with their professional interests and pedagogical objectives.
The winter term is a collection of architects, artists, and theoreticians whose work is circulating through the IoA in form
of theoretical underpinnings, built references, and research ambitions.
IoA Sliver Lecture Series winter term 2020/21:
Stefana Parascho (Princeton) November
12 / 7pm
3XN - Jesper Bork (Denmark) November 19th / 7pm
Lev Manovich (Seoul) November 26 / noon 12pm
Sevtsuk (Cambridge, MA) December 3 / 7pm
Amale Andraos (New York) December 10 / 7pm