Kosovo Architecture Festival 2020: Future Architecture Summer School
In its 8th edition, the Kosovo Architecture Festival will be addressing the issue of Publicness in our cities with a focus on Prishtina. The invited Future Architecture emerging creatives will be presenting to the local & global audience tools, methodologies and strategies of analyzing and reinterpreting publicness. The featured FA Fellows will be presenting their ideas through lectures, workshops and debates are:
Gregoire Deberdt (Diasporic Ties)
Urbanaarchitettura (Institute of Care)
Renzo Sgolacchia (Learning from Films)
Fabio Ciaravella (Architecture of Shame)
Goda Verikaite (Recycling Utopia)
Un-war space lab (Drowned in Neretva River)
Mies.TV (Mies. TV: Architecture Backstage)
Through their input at the Festival/Summer School, the FA Fellows will be contributing to the "Prishtina Public Archipelago" study being conducted by the Kosovo Architecture Foundation which will be featured at the Venice Biennale 2021 Architecture Exhibition. This event will be held digitally from the 15th of September to the 15th of October 2020.
Learning from Films
Engaging architects in filmmaking practices to deal with complex urban realities
Architecture of Shame
Architecture of Shame investigates relationships between architecture and shame as a tool to understand contemporary European identities from a bottom up perspective
Mies. TV: Architecture Backstage
Sharing stories from the world of architecture, reaching people within and beyond the common discourse.
Institutes of Care
We want to pull together a reflection on the future of the modern institutes of care, a legacy that testifies of 19th and 20th century architecture’s sense of responsibility towards the establishment and materialisation of a public-driven attitude to educate, reform, heal, and domesticate.
ACAN is a network of individuals within architecture who are taking action to address climate and ecological breakdown.
Drowned in Neretva River
Exploring spatial, ecological, political and material formations of post-war landscape system of the Neretva river