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WRITING

‘Less Architecture, More City’ Deckler T. published in AZA Report 2011

‘Little Bit Little Bit: The Accretive Practice’ Deckler T. published in On Making (Integrated Approaches to Practice-Led Research in Art and Design) edited by Leora Faber, published by Research Centre, Visual Identities in Art and Design, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture University of Johannesburg, 1st edition 2010, 321-328

‘Housing and the informal City’ Deckler T, Poulsen L. published in Digest of South African Architecture 2010

'Contemporary South African Architecture in a Landscape of Tradition' - Double Storey Books, Johannesburg (2008) by Thorsten Deckler, Anne Graupner, Henning Rasmuss

'Exhaust Pipe Sculptures' www.polarinertia.com online journal for nomadic and popular culture, issue 34 summer 2009

'Exhaust Pipe Signage' - Keleket!a, Walking Newspaper, Johannesburg, June 2008

'Johannesburg Urban Landscapes in Transition' - Thorsten Deckler, Shiuan-Wen Chu - Inter Art Actuel, Quebec, no. 72 - 1999

 

FILM / AUDIO

The Architects Eye - Cinema Sans Souci in Soweto  - 6min film for Bauwelt Prize

Radio broadcasts - series of Interviews on 26’10’s with Nina Gruntkowski (journalist / ethnographer)

  • 5 Minute Fokus Afrika / Deutsche Welle - Juni 2007
  • 20 Minute Neugier genügt / Westdeutscher Rundfunk - April 2008
  • 5 Minute Kulturwel / Bayrischer Rundfunk - May 2008
  • 7 Minute Podium / Deutschlandfunk - November 2008
  • 6 Minute Resonanzen weltweit / Westdeutscher Rundfunk - January 2009
  • 14 Minute Weltzeit / Deutschlandradio - May 2009

“Jozi” Directed and edited a short film on Johannesburg with Robin Acutt (USA) 2003

 

SELECTED LECTURES / CONFERENCES

‘Work by 26’10 south Architects’, T. Deckler, Escola da Cidade, Sao Paulo 2012

‘Informal Studio Ruimsig’, T. Deckler, A. Opper, Escola da Cidade, Sao Paulo 2012

‘Informal Studio Ruimsig’, T. Deckler, A. Opper, African Perspectives, Casablanca 2011

‘Housing and the Informal City’, T. Deckler, AZA 2010 Conference, Johannesburg, 2010

‘Little Bit, Little Bit – the Accretive Practice’, T. Deckler, Practice Led Research Colloquium organized and hosted by FADA, University of Johannesburg, 2009

‘Fietas Tea Party – Tour and Narrative Session’, Mega-Cities Colloquium organized by Goldsmith Institute, London and hosted by University of Johannesburg, 2008

Panel discussion, T. Deckler, Public Art Symposium organized and hosted by Goethe Institute, Johannesburg, 2008

‘Informal Practice’, T. Deckler, Public Art Symposium organized and hosted by Goethe Institute, Johannesburg, 2008

‘Informality Johannesburg’, T. Deckler, A. Graupner, Informality Conference organized by Gasworks Gallery & Triangle Arts Trust, London 2005.

‘Contemporary South African Architecture’, T. Deckler, A Graupner, Architectural Association, London 2005

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

Informal Studio: Marlboro South, Johannesburg Exhibition Takes on the Challenges of Informal Settlements, Johannesburg, March 2013

Informal Studio
Link to Architectural Record article
Link to Mail & Guardian article
Link to Domus article
Link to The Atlas of the Unbuilt World
Link to URB.im article

'The South African informal City’, group exhibition, curated by the Architects’ Collective, Bus Factory, Johannesburg 2011

‘INFORMAL STUDIO: RUIMSIG’, curated & designed by 26’10 south Architects, Goethe on Main, Johannesburg, 2011

‘Housing and the Informal City’, curated & designed by 26’10 south Architects, AZA 2010 and Goethe on Main, Johannesburg, 2010

‘Daimler Chrysler Award for South African Architecture’, group exhibition, Johannesburg, Berlin, Bayreuth, 2007

‘UTOPIA_NOWHERE_CLOSE’, curated and designed by sharpCITY, Sao Paulo Biennal, 2005

‘Joburg_Now’, curated & designed by sharpCITY, Architecture Centre Vienna, 2004

‘Joburg_Now’, curated & designed by sharpCITY, Sao Paulo Biennal, 2003

‘Landscapes of Desire’, curated & designed by sharpCITY, Venice Biennale, 2000

 

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