The Power and Architecture season opens on June 10th at Calvert 22 Foundation in London. The program focusing on utopian public space and the quest for new national identities across the post-Soviet world includes a conference, a series of exhibitions and workshops, and digital curated content on The Calvert Journal. Re>centering Periphery will be part of the program.
Oginoknauss will contribute to the conference: The Centre Cannot Hold? 10-11 June with two presentations. Laura Colini with “Re:centering Periphery. Navigating the Space of the Fringe” will retrace the theoretical framework of our documentary project. Lorenzo Tripodi with “Reimagining Berlin: The Centre as Global Space of Exposure” will present recent observations on spectacular strategies transforming Mitte / Friedrichshain.
Within the program OK will produce also a new photo essay on Belgrade to be published online in the Calvert Journal, and contribute to the exhibition The afterlives of Modernity — shared values and routines, opening September 15th, with the installation Moscow, Belgrade, Berlin: post-Socialist Triplicities.