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Henric Benesch

Senior lecturer

Henric Benesch
Senior lecturer
henric.benesch@hdk.gu.se
+46 31 786 1858
0766-181858

Postal Address: Box 131, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Kristinelundsgatan 6 - 8 , 40530 Göteborg


HDK - Academy of Design and Crafts (More Information)
Box 131
40530 Göteborg
www.hdk.gu.se/sv
info@hdk.gu.se
Fax: +46 31 786 4888

Visiting Address: Kristinelundsgatan 6 - 8 , 40530 Göteborg

About Henric Benesch

I have a background as an architect, with a PhD in Design, and are currently working as a researcher and educator at HDK Design. I have a particular interest in socio-spatial and socio-temporal aspects of knowledge production within research, education and urban development.

A part of my time is dedicated to developing the current research milieu which amongs many things includes running a introductory course to research in the arts as well as developing ways of and forms for knowledge exchange together with colleagues.

At the time I supervise two PhD-students, Franz James http://www.hdk.gu.se/sv/personal/franz-james as well as Annelies Vaneycken - http://www.officeforpublicplay.org - who is a part of the ITN MarieCurie-projectTRADERS - Training Art and Design Researchers in Participation for Public Space http://tr-aders.eu

Since 2013 I am also coordinator of Curating the city / Critical Heritage Studies http://www.criticalheritagestudies.gu.se/clusters+and+heritage+academy/urbanheritage/ together with Ingrid Martins Holmberg at The Department of Conservation. The research cluster has for example been running a seminar series ”Heritage as Commons – Commons as heritage” (2013-2014) that will appeared as book in 2015 (Curating the City-series). Curating the city research Programme, se below.

Curating the City: trans-disciplinary approaches in urban settings. Heritage is at the core of contemporary urban dynamics and urban conflicts. Indeed, it confronts scholars and policy makers alike with a number of questions and dilemmas about how to deal with tangible-and-intangible aspects of the existing city fabric. This research cluster aims to explore how heritage practitioners and heritage practice ‘curate’ the city’s past, present and future, in terms of defining, preserving and mediating urban heritage in a broad sense. This entails negotiation over aesthetic regimes, intervention in planning, as well as proactive measures in order to understand, develop and conceptualize the urban heritage landscape. It also entails promoting dialogue and participation, navigating the threshold between multiple institutional and non-institutional actors, such as grassroots movements, NGOs, private entrepreneurs and various official bodies.”

 

Latest publications

Growing w/ design
Henric Benesch, Johnny Friberg
Edited book 2016
Edited book

матрёшка
Henric Benesch
HDK Examen 2016 Catalogue Design, Magazine article 2016
Magazine article

матрёшка
Henric Benesch
Making Power, Magazine article 2016
Magazine article

Keeping things in common
Henric Benesch, Feras Hammami, Ingrid Martins Holmberg, Evren Uzer
Heritage as Common(s) - Common(s) as Heritage, Göteborg, Makadam Publishers, Chapter in book 2015
Chapter in book

Heritage as Common(s) - Common(s) as Heritage
Henric Benesch, Feras Hammami, Ingrid Martins Holmberg, Evren Uzer
Göteborg, Makadam Publishers, Edited book 2015
Edited book

Bringing out the beast(s) Supporting and engendering transvaluing practices within academia
Henric Benesch
Transvaluation international symposium, May 21-22 2015, Conference paper 2015
Conference paper

Future Echo-logies
Henric Benesch
Heritage as Common(s) - Common(s) as Heritage, Göteborg, Makadam Publishers, Chapter in book 2015
Chapter in book

Att glömma allt det vi redan känner för väl
Henric Benesch
HDK Examenskatalog, Göteborg, University of Gothenburg, Chapter in book 2014
Chapter in book

17 scener ur ett forskningsprojekt
Henric Benesch, Sara Danielsson
Framtiden är redan här: Hur invånare kan bli medskapare i stadens utveckling, Göteborg, Chalmers University of Technology, Chapter in book 2013
Chapter in book

Om dialogens platser och former
Henric Benesch
Framtiden är redan här: Hur invånare kan bli medskapare i stadens utveckling, Chapter in book 2013
Chapter in book

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2016

Growing w/ design
Henric Benesch, Johnny Friberg
Edited book 2016
Edited book

матрёшка
Henric Benesch
HDK Examen 2016 Catalogue Design, Magazine article 2016
Magazine article

матрёшка
Henric Benesch
Making Power, Magazine article 2016
Magazine article

2015

Keeping things in common
Henric Benesch, Feras Hammami, Ingrid Martins Holmberg, Evren Uzer
Heritage as Common(s) - Common(s) as Heritage, Göteborg, Makadam Publishers, Chapter in book 2015
Chapter in book

Heritage as Common(s) - Common(s) as Heritage
Henric Benesch, Feras Hammami, Ingrid Martins Holmberg, Evren Uzer
Göteborg, Makadam Publishers, Edited book 2015
Edited book

Bringing out the beast(s) Supporting and engendering transvaluing practices within academia
Henric Benesch
Transvaluation international symposium, May 21-22 2015, Conference paper 2015
Conference paper

Future Echo-logies
Henric Benesch
Heritage as Common(s) - Common(s) as Heritage, Göteborg, Makadam Publishers, Chapter in book 2015
Chapter in book

2014

Att glömma allt det vi redan känner för väl
Henric Benesch
HDK Examenskatalog, Göteborg, University of Gothenburg, Chapter in book 2014
Chapter in book

2013

17 scener ur ett forskningsprojekt
Henric Benesch, Sara Danielsson
Framtiden är redan här: Hur invånare kan bli medskapare i stadens utveckling, Göteborg, Chalmers University of Technology, Chapter in book 2013
Chapter in book

Om dialogens platser och former
Henric Benesch
Framtiden är redan här: Hur invånare kan bli medskapare i stadens utveckling, Chapter in book 2013
Chapter in book

Showing 1 - 10 of 28

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