The City of Wellbeing

Event, in English, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, 29 August, 9am to 4:30pm

CCA Chief Curator Giovanna Borasi participates in The City of Wellbeing, a daylong symposium exploring new challenges facing European cities and the role of the built environment in promoting ideas of the good life. Borasi’s talk, “Imperfect Health: the urgent ‘demedicalization’ of architecture,” elaborates on the 2011 exhibition of the same name. The symposium is arranged by the international research network Active Cities Network (ACN) and the Activity and health-promoting Physical Environments Network (APEN).

Tickets to symposium are free and include lunch and coffee. Registration is required.


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