Ars & Urbis

Ars & Urbis, May 2011Ars & Urbis, May 2011

From 24 to 26 May, a mini symposium – “Ars & Urbis” – was organized by Doual’art aiming to narrow down the goals and theme of the coming Salon Urbain de Douala in 2013. The was the first in a row of preparatory meetings that will eventually lead to the SUD 2013. The coming two years, we will organize four or five of such meetings.

Participants:

•    Danièle Diwouta – architect – Douala
•    Marilyn Douala-Bell – director of Doual’art – Douala
•    William Douandji – architect – Douala
•    Elvira Dyangani – curator – New York
•    N’Goné Fall – architect, curator – Dakar, Paris
•    Lucas Grandin – artist – Le Mans
•    Anna Harsanyi – intern Doual’art – New York
•    Corine Lebret – project developer – Yaoundé
•    Mauro Lugaresi – architect – Douala
•    Yves Makongo – project assistant Doual’art, Douala
•    Louis-Roger Manga – municipal representative of Belloise – Douala
•    Mme Medou – president of the Ordre des Architectes du Cameroun – Yaoundé
•    Paul Myles, intern Doual’art – London
•    M. Ngalam – chef du service Architecture et Habitat du Ministère de l’Urbanisme et de l’Habitat – Douala
•    Xandra Nibbeling – International Collaborative Urban art projects – Rotterdam
•    Didier Schaub – artistic director – Douala
•    Clément Sobtejou – architect – Douala
•    Jean-Charles Tall – architect – Dakar
•    Kamiel Verschuren – International Collaborative Urban art projects – Rotterdam
•    Jan Vouter – student TU Delft – Delft
•    Jean Yango – urbanist CUD – Douala
•    Roberto Zancan – member of the board of Domus magazine – Milan
•    Representative of the harbor of Douala
•    Representative of the l’ESACA (École supérieure d’Architecture du Cameroun)

More information on the contenst of this Ars & Urbis will follow as soon as possible.

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