The exhibition 'urbainable – stadthaltig. Positions on the European City for the 21st Century', presented at Akademie der Künste from September 5th to November 22, 2020, looks at overarching themes in our conceptions of the "social city", including issues relating to climate change, digitalization and wealth disparities. The title of the exhibition 'urbainable – stadthaltig' follows the hypothesis that sustainability and the city cannot be seen in isolation from one other. It addresses the role of the European city in the age of global warming, demographic change and the breakdown of traditional social networks. We spoke to the curators Tim Rieniets, Matthias Sauerbruch and Jörn Walter about the concept behind the exhibition, the contributions and the surrounding program.
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