Wednesday, May 23 at 6:00pm
Lawrence Hall, Room 115
1190 Franklin Boulevard, Eugene, OR
Joyce van den Berg is head landscape architect for the city of Amsterdam’s Department of Urban Planning and Sustainability. Her projects range from landscape infrastructure renewal, new transport networks and urban biodiversity plans to envisioning the post-fossil fuel Dutch city through the lens of circular economics. She is principal of Studio Berg, a firm for projects that vary from explorations of the “traumascapes” of history such as the Sperregebiet (Forbidden Zone) in Germany to uncovering landscape traces of the Cold War along the Baltic Coast. She has lectured and exhibited internationally in Europe and the United States.