Organizer:

PRAGUE
Psáry

Centre for Central European Architecture

CCEA is an alternative space for further education and research in architecture. It focuses on experts and professional architects, as well as wider public interested in following current developments in architecture and looking for possible ways of perceiving and understanding it. Research based both theoretically and practically connects architecture with other humanities and arts. We do not perceive own mission as mere popularization of architecture but mainly as reading and redefining the architecture identity of the space we live in. www.ccea.cz


People:

Program Curators
YVETTE VAŠOURKOVÁ, IGOR KOVAČEVIĆ

Program Coordinators
KARIN GROHMANNOVÁ, KLÁRA MERGEROVÁ

Project Partners

BRATISLAVA
Curators MARTIN PIAČEK, ZUZANA DUCHOVÁ

BUDAPEST
Curator SAMU SZEMEREY

LJUBLJANA
Curator BOŠTJAN BUGARIĆ

PRAGUE
Curators YVETTE VAŠOURKOVÁ, IGOR KOVAČEVIĆ

VIENNA
Curators BEATRIX ZOBL, WOLFGANG SCHNEIDER

WARSAW
Curator PIOTR BUJAS


Graphic Design

LINDA DOSTÁLKOVÁ

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Co-organizers:

VIENNA
Sandleiten

Soho in Ottakring

Soho in Ottakring  is an art and urban district project that was started in 1999 as part of an artist initiative. It extends across the Brunnenviertel area of Ottakring, Vienna´s 16th district.

www.sohoinottakring.at

BUDAPEST
Délegyháza

Kortárs Építeszeti Központ

The KÉK - Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre is an independent architectural cultural institution founded and operated by young architects, artists and civil persons. Since its establishment in 2006, KÉK has been continuously proving that it can open new viewpoints in the architectural and urban public worlds with its fresh, problem-oriented and internationally relevant programs. The initiatives of KÉK include exhibitions, conferences, debates, workshops, architectural tours and festivals and initiatives focusing on the alternative use of urban space.

www.kek.org.hu

LJUBLJANA
Zalog

KUD C3
Association of architects, designers, theoreticians and artists (director, photographer and composer) is primary working on the public space projects dealing with the themes of commercialisation and privatization and implementing the best solutions for including the public into the planning processes.

www.kudc3.org

BRATISLAVA
Rusovce
Rajka 

Verejný podstavec-Public pedestal

Public pedestal is a non-commercial space for presentation of artworks, which could address passers-by and thus fulfill educational and aesthetic functions, too. The idea is a longterm use of an empty pedestal as a place for presenting contemporary Slovak, as well as foreign art. Thus it is a space for temporary exhibitions with the possibility of reflection and research on the phenomena of memory and identity of a given place.

www.verejnypodstavec.com

Centrum komunitného rozvoja

Centre for Community Development (CCD)is a non-governmental organisation whose projects and activities create conditions for people in urban areas – especially those who live in large housing estates, and Roma communities or in disadvantaged locations – for their active participation in their social, economical, cultural, and environmental development.

www.ckr.sk

WARSAW

Ursus

Fundacja Nowej Kultury Bęc Zmiana
Bęc Zmiana Foundation was established in 2002, as an non-profit organization supporting artistic and cultural activities. Bęc deals with the implementation of young artists projects, events involving broadsections of the public.
www.funbec.eu

 
 



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