• The Future Has Designed Us In Belgrade to prepare the Power and Architecture exhibition, we had the pleasure to be joined by ogino:knauss’ founder member, dj and sound producer Miki Semascus. The exploration of the spatial context was naturally complemented by an investigation of the soundscape that finally took the form of a playlist of great Serbian/ Yugoslav / Balkan […] jo pixel No responses 2016-11-21
  • Ne Davimo Beograd NE DAVIMO BEOGRAD / BELGRADE ON WATER A huge development project funded by Arab Emirates capitals aims at transforming Belgrade’s face. It has been imposed as a project of national interest without any democratic process, erasing existing masterplan and laws. The activists of the campaign Ne Da(vi)mo Beograd organise the resistance against the silence of […] wp_7313554 No responses 2016-06-02
  • Yugoslavia in between In December 2015 we had the opportunity to record a conversation with the Serbian architecture historian Vladimir Kulic, whose writings on Yugoslav spatial production, and in particular the book “Modernism in Between”, have been an important source of inspiration for our researches on Belgrade. We publish here three long excerpts of this interview, in a […] jo pixel No responses 2016-02-23
  • Suncokret jo pixel No responses 2016-01-06
  • Marginal Notes @ Remont Gallery 1-5 October 2015 Exhibition produced by Transeuropa Festival / Transnational Dialogues Curated by Luigi Galimberti Thanks to Miroslav, Marija and everyone at Remont gallery Photo by Boris Burić jo pixel No responses 2015-10-05
  • Towards Belgrade Invited by Transeuropa festival 2015, we had the opportunity to come back to Belgrade and open again our file on this city. We coordinated a urban reconnaissance workshop dedicated to the “City of Commons”,  taking the cue from the concept of city as a common good to design an urban walk exploring key spaces of Belgrade and its political […] jo pixel No responses 2015-09-26
  • Stare Sajmište The urban periphery is a field of conquest and investment. It is the frontier of the advancing city, the front of the urban growth machine. Essential modern means to foster urban development are exhibitions, temporary events, the use of spectacular processes as ice-breaking operations towards new investment and settlement. The invention of modernism is indissolubly […] jo pixel No responses 2014-04-10
  • Modernism in-between (…) then, Yugoslav culture was not entirely open either functioning inside a systemic “membrane” that filtered the exchange with the outside world. Similarly, Yugoslavia’s position between the “three worlds” of the Cold War was not symmetric either. The chief reference points of exchange shifted at first from East to West and then only slightly back […] jo pixel No responses 2014-03-09
  • New Belgrade Day 3- Here come the tough guys… At the other  extremity of Novi Belgrade from the historical centre, Bloks 61, 62, 63 are among the most extreme neighbourhoods of the city. Long  transversal strips of high rise buildings connect two main bulevars. Pedestrian elevated floors are separated by the garages at the bottom level Between […] jo pixel No responses 2013-09-17
  • New Belgrade Day two. Of old and new spaces, displaced and replaced people. New and old typologies of public space reflected. One of the few places in Novi Belgrade to have a name, aside from a number. Blok 28 is called Televizorke, because the windows look like TV sets from the 60’s. The long strips between the […] jo pixel No responses 2013-09-17