Communities of Tacit Knowledge: Architecture and its Ways of Knowing

‘TACK / Communities of Tacit Knowledge: Architecture and its Ways of Knowing’ is a newly funded Innovative Training Network, as part of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions within the European Framework Program Horizon 2020. It trains young researchers in understanding the specific knowledge that architects use when designing buildings and cities. TACK gathers ten major academic institutions, three leading cultural architectural institutions as well as nine distinguished architecture design offices. Collaboratively these partners offer an innovative PhD training program on the nature of tacit knowledge in architecture, resulting in ten parallel PhD projects.

Death of CIAM Reenactment

TACK Summer school final performance

17 September 2021, 10h-12h/13h-15h CEST

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Tack Summer school final performance
Over intensive two weeks, participants from within and outside the TACK network have examined the tacit knowledge of summer schools themselves, activating their archives through a set of experimental research methods including re-enactment, performance and fictocriticism.  Groups will perform their re-enactments of one summer school, the International Laboratory for Architecture and …
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TACK Summer school x TNL!
Archival Ways of Knowing 09 September 2021, 19h30-21h00 What sort of tacit, embodied and social knowledge can we find in an archive? How can we activate that knowledge? What even constitutes an archive in architecture? And is there a craft to archiving itself? Join us as we discuss these questions and …
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