Chintan Gohil and Jason Taylor are activist-videographers that presented on their work and their life story. Jason explained to us about his life journey and how he got attached with the nature and community in the small places all over the world, making movies and pictures from India to El Salvador, and met with small communities from the remote world, and heard different stories. He told us that if he wanted to become a commercial photographer he could earn 30 times higher than what he earns now, but he prefers to live his life like this. On the other hand, Chintan was explaining to us how her life changed after she met Jason, and how she left her profession as an architect to be an activist like Jason.
Sevim Aslan talked about architectural survey methods as an architectural tool with specific sample projects. And also mentioned what and who the architectural biennales are for. She said that the Biennale is an opportunity to exhibit actual problems for architecture and acts as a pool of inspiration for everyone–but especially for architecture students.