Architectural Poetry Competition, 3rd Cycle: Improvisation 2021
Architectural Poetry Competition Series, 3rd Cycle is the twelfth initiative of the Organization founded by architect PappalSuneja to spread awareness about this subject and sow the seeds of inspiration to explore and write about Architecture and allied fields from a lyrical perspective.
Theme: Improvisation 2021
‘Poetry' is a very subjective interpretation of one's thoughts and ideas. As we know that the current situation calls for a complete shift in our lifestyle and thinking. Let us give wings to our imaginations and consider 'Poems' as a tool to map our incoming thoughts and musings. Open your mind and capture the essence of change that we are envisioning with each passing day. The loss of connections between diverse forms of public-life needs to be rethought. The need of the hour calls for a reconceptualization and unfolding of the changed public activities and ambiance associated with it.
The Competition is ‘Open to All’ – students, professionals and others.
Rochelle Potkar, Fiction Writer & Poet, Mumbai.
Madhu Raghavendra, Poet, Curator, Social Activist; Mumbai.
Mariane El Ghrayche, Architect & Designer, Beirut and Stuttgart.
PappalSuneja, Lecturer & Design Researcher, Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau.
Jinisha Jain, Architect, Conservationist & Poet, New Delhi.
Sangeet Sharma, Architect, Author & Poet, Chandigarh..
Citation (A set of Books):
- ‘Paper Asylum’: A book of Haibun (prose poetry) by Rochelle Potkar.
- ‘Revered Reminiscences’ by PappalSuneja.
- ‘Stick No Bills’ by Madhu Raghavendra.
Special Mention (A set of Books):
- ‘The Architect's Apprentice’ by ElifShafak.
- 'Castles in the Air': Misadventures of a Profession by Sangeet Sharma.
- 'Poetry & Architecture' Competition Series, 2018-2019.
Early bird Registration till 30th Dec 2020, (11 Euros, 600 INR)
Standard Registration till 27th Jan 2021, (16 Euros, 800 INR)
Submission Deadline: 31st Jan 2021
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