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.
Due to the specificity of the location along the banks of the river Ibar, the entry way from two streets and the size of the parcel itself, the proposed solution is the creation of a large square overlooking the Ibar river and surrounding settlements, below which is the main program of the building with all accompanying premises.
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.
You are invited to participate in a summer school led by KOSMOS architects with Mikael Stenström and APSS – September 7 – 15