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Barbara Tomšič

Trg prekomorskih brigad 1, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Barbara Tomšič is a producer and reviewer. She has been involved in several cultural projects, i.e. Open Space Performing Arts, Environmental Issues of Everyday Life, (Imaginative) Cartographies of Ljubljana. She has been an assistant of pedagocial section of the Slovene Museum's Association for the last two years. With a MSc in Sociology, she is interested in cultural issues and patterns especially in connection to everyday life.

Mind Your Path?


Reflective Approach to Nature in Urban Areas

Mind Your Path?


Reflective Approach to Nature in Urban Areas
This research project is about creating environmental friendly attitudes in urban dwellings, developing values that seem necessary for the future achitecture.

Mind the Path? is an ongoing research project that at the moment takes place in Ljubljana's green surroundings. As we know, in 2016 Ljubljana was awarded the Green Capital of Europe by the European Commission.

This research project is exposing the practices that are ruining the positive environmental approaches. It's objective is to reveal the cultural patterns that stand behind such destructive attitudes and aims to transform them into constructive ones. The basis of this attempt is the belief that nature in urban environments is not a category per se or an obvious durable Thing. On the contrary, nature and architecture are deeply interconnected and intervened and as much as needed for the prosperity of the inhabitants of the future cities.

The research methods are: field research, documentation, team discussion.


Mind Your Path?


Reflective Approach to Nature in Urban Areas

Mind Your Path?


Reflective Approach to Nature in Urban Areas
This research project is about creating environmental friendly attitudes in urban dwellings, developing values that seem necessary for the future achitecture.

Mind the Path? is an ongoing research project that at the moment takes place in Ljubljana's green surroundings. As we know, in 2016 Ljubljana was awarded the Green Capital of Europe by the European Commission.

This research project is exposing the practices that are ruining the positive environmental approaches. It's objective is to reveal the cultural patterns that stand behind such destructive attitudes and aims to transform them into constructive ones. The basis of this attempt is the belief that nature in urban environments is not a category per se or an obvious durable Thing. On the contrary, nature and architecture are deeply interconnected and intervened and as much as needed for the prosperity of the inhabitants of the future cities.

The research methods are: field research, documentation, team discussion.



Idea by

Barbara Tomšič
Trg prekomorskih brigad 1
Ljubljana
Slovenia
Barbara Tomšič is a producer and reviewer. She has been involved in several cultural projects, i.e. Open Space Performing Arts, Environmental Issues of Everyday Life, (Imaginative) Cartographies of Ljubljana. She has been an assistant of pedagocial section of the Slovene Museum's Association for the last two years. With a MSc in Sociology, she is interested in cultural issues and patterns especially in connection to everyday life.