UrbanFestival 11 Catalogue
The pdf of the UrbanFestival 11 catalog can be downloaded here. You can order your hard copy by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (price 10 EUR, mode of payment upon agreement).
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Enroll in Community School…
…open to the general public and with musical accompaniment! The mandatory module is Drumming 1 and all other courses are optional. In addition to gaining knowledge, in Community School you can share your own knowledge with other interested students, whilst above all respecting your right to incompetence. Are you interested in representations of self, recycling, epistemology, beekeeping, the global economic system, crochet, condition, movement, shiatsu massage, tourism or something more exotic, Community School is a real opportunity for homework that you will do with pleasure!
Conference and presentation of works
UrbanFestival continues with the programme in October!
Awaiting us from the 6th till the 9th of October is the presentation of the already executed projects, lectures, the visual course and two new projects in which Belgrade architect Dubravka Sekulić and Canadian artist Michelle Teran will lead people on unrepeatable tours of Zagreb!
Ana Zubak, The Big Picture
Rafaela Dražić, Master I Want To Make You Rich
House of extreme musical theatre, CEPHEUS
Nicole Hewitt, Untitled
Jonas Staal, The End of History
Dušica Dražić, Procjep [Gap]
Clemence Agnez, Hair Project
The Urban Vegetable Patch
Lectures and discussions:
David Belas – 7 days of creation
Trenton Oldfield (This is not a Gateway) – Who Dares Wins Urbanism
Irfan Hošić – Architecture in the service of ideology
On buildings and people, visual course (curator: Petar Milat)
Precise program and locations coming soon!
Clémence Agnes in Pazin
Museum of Pazin, French artist Clémence Agnes made a sculpture of human hair. Presentation of her work in Seven Days of Creation Festival in Pazin. Clémence and her assistant Magali L’huillier spent seven days working very closely and carefully producing a delicate and fragile sculpture in the space of the Castle. Clémence’s physical work and commitment always involves a certain loneliness, commitment and focus on the self and implies a long-term invisible work. →