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Mateja Rot

Ramovševa 53, Ljubljana, Slovenia
I’m University graduate in Communication Science (Preseren Student Award recipient for exceptional quality of diploma) and have PG Cert in Art Management (City University London, Chevening scholarship). I’m working in social, cultural innovation and collisions of contemporary art, architecture and science. In July 2015 I completed residency at ZK/U Institute and at Agora Collective Berlin (urbanism, architecture, social innovation) and in October 2015 Curators’ Agenda: Vienna 2015 residency.

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Creative transformations of self-made city

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Creative transformations of self-made city
What architecture can do: innovate and inspire with real and effective community-based solutions

Global metropolis nowadays increasingly positions itself as the herald of self-made city, hosting more or less willingly many innovative and inclusive initiatives of urban living and architectural interventions. Open Plot investigates new approaches in architecture, urban development and designing neighborhoods which instigate bottom-up processes while using artistic means in setting up situations for community participation in the process. Through exploring urban geography and interventionist art history Open Plot is creating a perceptive mapping of traces left by different agents of power, artistic representatives and designers of innovative city neighborhoods. The goal is to test, compare and experiment with different means of collection and production in order to follow and connect the multilayered, often remote and multiscalar forces concretely building the city (Neil Brenner, New State Spaces).

Open Plot


Creative transformations of self-made city

Open Plot


Creative transformations of self-made city
What architecture can do: innovate and inspire with real and effective community-based solutions

Global metropolis nowadays increasingly positions itself as the herald of self-made city, hosting more or less willingly many innovative and inclusive initiatives of urban living and architectural interventions. Open Plot investigates new approaches in architecture, urban development and designing neighborhoods which instigate bottom-up processes while using artistic means in setting up situations for community participation in the process. Through exploring urban geography and interventionist art history Open Plot is creating a perceptive mapping of traces left by different agents of power, artistic representatives and designers of innovative city neighborhoods. The goal is to test, compare and experiment with different means of collection and production in order to follow and connect the multilayered, often remote and multiscalar forces concretely building the city (Neil Brenner, New State Spaces).


Idea by

Mateja Rot
Ramovševa 53
Ljubljana
Slovenia
I’m University graduate in Communication Science (Preseren Student Award recipient for exceptional quality of diploma) and have PG Cert in Art Management (City University London, Chevening scholarship). I’m working in social, cultural innovation and collisions of contemporary art, architecture and science. In July 2015 I completed residency at ZK/U Institute and at Agora Collective Berlin (urbanism, architecture, social innovation) and in October 2015 Curators’ Agenda: Vienna 2015 residency.