A (Mostly) Visual Essay on Photography, Nostalgia and RE:EASA
Ana Marija Kerošević, a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, employs the mezzotint printmaking method to demonstrate the eternal conflict between light and darkness.
The aims and principles of Rijeak not only looked to engage the local residents in their own city but gave all of us, as participants in the workshop, a great opportunity to understand the city we were working with. Rijeak asked us to think about Rijeka on a deeper level.
The prison was chosen as an environment because at the level of essential meaning it indicates that all the characters of the opera reside in a kind of prison, whether it being a true physical space or a mental one.
In a way, destroyed buildings could offer useful waste, a great amount of material that can later be used for new constructions, continuing to tell new stories.
A glimpse of Jadrija, a small town on the Croatian coastline near Šibenik, through the lens of a visual communications student – Monika Vodopija.
Our interventions wish to speak out to the viewer: ‘Look, we can still do something here! These spaces have stories, history and value.’
In anticipation of this year’s third annual architecture, design and art festival oktobarh 2018, which will arrive in less than a month, we are publishing a report of the Connections workshop, held on October 29th, 2017 in Novi Sad.
At the end of the day, after the enthusiasm, creativity and love that these intelligent young architects have shown me, I can only be optimistic about the future – in a humane and professional way.
The two series by Tana Jeić deal with themes of “architecture” and “reports”, respectively, proposed within the photography course of the School of Design in Zagreb, Croatia.
After finishing the semester, we concluded that all our thinking about abandoned spaces in Zagreb will be useful to the community only if we present it to the community itself – the citizens of Zagreb.
Parsa Kamehkhosh (1985) is an Iranian artist based in Helsinki, Finland. Being in the world is all he is trying to experience. Being present with all of his senses and letting himself be touched and fascinated by what life puts forward. His latest piece is currently on display in OBJEKTI which is an outdoor exhibition of contemporary sculpture, installation and environmental art in and around Espoon keskus, Finland.
All around us, the Mediterranean vernacular architecture is in a cold embrace with the Modernist industrial plants. Towers bizarrely surge from the panorama as monuments to a more just society.
Second Impuls! Festival was organised and held by the students of Scene Architecture, Technologies and Design in Novi Sad.