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Jana Džadoňová

arch:m:st

http://www.dzadonovajana.wixsite.com/archimist

Bratislava, Slovakia
Jana Dzadonova is a member of the ARCH:M:ST studio based in Bratislava, Slovakia. She is a PhD candidate at The Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, where she teaches Urban Research Methods. She is interested in an ongoing transition process in post-communist cities and architectural potential of an unused cityscape. She has tested the notion of 'intravention' (LiAi - Alberto Altes, Oren Liebermeier) in cities of Umeå (Sweden), Tallinn (Estonia) and Bratislava (Slovakia).

Ports of Danube


International Future Transdisciplinary Research Workshop

Ports of Danube


International Future Transdisciplinary Research Workshop
“The ship is the heterotopia par excellence. In civilizations without boats, dreams dry up, espionage takes the place of adventure, and the police take the place of pirates.” Michel Foucault (Of Other Spaces, Heterotopias – 1967)

In the contemporary society often called post-factual accompanied with the environmental crisis, it is more than important to base a responsible architectural design on proper needs and information.
The Danube performs as a free-form transversal line, which cuts across the political and mental borders of the countries and disciplines. The workshop invites all kinds of professions such as sociologists, anthropologists, political scientist, biologists, businessmen, architects, urbanists, economists or artists to develop a new representation of an architectural project. The idea is to fill the scheme of the map given to the participants at the beginning by signs, diagrams, links, pictures or drawings or other means. The workshop pursues the flow of architectural materials and the cultural potential of the unused post-industrial ports along the river.


Ports of Danube


International Future Transdisciplinary Research Workshop

Ports of Danube


International Future Transdisciplinary Research Workshop
“The ship is the heterotopia par excellence. In civilizations without boats, dreams dry up, espionage takes the place of adventure, and the police take the place of pirates.” Michel Foucault (Of Other Spaces, Heterotopias – 1967)

In the contemporary society often called post-factual accompanied with the environmental crisis, it is more than important to base a responsible architectural design on proper needs and information.
The Danube performs as a free-form transversal line, which cuts across the political and mental borders of the countries and disciplines. The workshop invites all kinds of professions such as sociologists, anthropologists, political scientist, biologists, businessmen, architects, urbanists, economists or artists to develop a new representation of an architectural project. The idea is to fill the scheme of the map given to the participants at the beginning by signs, diagrams, links, pictures or drawings or other means. The workshop pursues the flow of architectural materials and the cultural potential of the unused post-industrial ports along the river.



Idea by

Jana Džadoňová
arch:m:st
Bratislava
Slovakia
Jana Dzadonova is a member of the ARCH:M:ST studio based in Bratislava, Slovakia. She is a PhD candidate at The Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, where she teaches Urban Research Methods. She is interested in an ongoing transition process in post-communist cities and architectural potential of an unused cityscape. She has tested the notion of 'intravention' (LiAi - Alberto Altes, Oren Liebermeier) in cities of Umeå (Sweden), Tallinn (Estonia) and Bratislava (Slovakia).