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Bora Baboci

Tirana, Albania
Bora Baboçi studied architectural design and criticism at the University of Toronto, Torcuato di Tella and has a master's degree from at the Polytechnic of Catalunya. In 2015 she started working as a teaching assistant at the Technical University of Berlin, focusing on experimental housing and public typologies within the context of global migration. Since 2017 her work is inter-disciplinary and she practices as an independent artist.

Idles


Idles


Concurrently leftovers and newborns, idles await to be transformed
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Idles are spaces of influence set in recycled landscapes like sand dunes, deserts, forests or coasts. The subjects of the images are fundamental to our spatial culture like walls, gates, borders, columns, erosion, thresholds, surfaces. Given the context, these typologies are timidly telling and seem to be at the limits of their function, their ability to communicate, interrupted because of an apparent structural crisis. They’re leftovers and newborns, ambiguous because silently awaiting to be transformed. Though apocalyptic and abstract, the images are inspired by the shock-waves that global migration and virtual realities are giving to spatial disciplines and the subsequent questions they have raised about spatial belonging, our bodies and space as a physical and narrative entity.


Idles


Idles


Concurrently leftovers and newborns, idles await to be transformed
File under

Idles are spaces of influence set in recycled landscapes like sand dunes, deserts, forests or coasts. The subjects of the images are fundamental to our spatial culture like walls, gates, borders, columns, erosion, thresholds, surfaces. Given the context, these typologies are timidly telling and seem to be at the limits of their function, their ability to communicate, interrupted because of an apparent structural crisis. They’re leftovers and newborns, ambiguous because silently awaiting to be transformed. Though apocalyptic and abstract, the images are inspired by the shock-waves that global migration and virtual realities are giving to spatial disciplines and the subsequent questions they have raised about spatial belonging, our bodies and space as a physical and narrative entity.



Idea by

Bora Baboci
Tirana
Albania
Bora Baboçi studied architectural design and criticism at the University of Toronto, Torcuato di Tella and has a master's degree from at the Polytechnic of Catalunya. In 2015 she started working as a teaching assistant at the Technical University of Berlin, focusing on experimental housing and public typologies within the context of global migration. Since 2017 her work is inter-disciplinary and she practices as an independent artist.