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Opening: Wednesday, September 9th, 7.00 PM, Drinčićeva 20

IMPORTANT NOTICE: It is mandatory to wear a protective mask inside the exhibition space, as well as in front of it. A maximum of three people can stay in the space at the same time. Thank you for your understanding!

 

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NINA JOTANOVIĆ | BIOGENIC ARCHITECTURE | SEPTEMBER 9-13, 2020.

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With the simultaneity and duality of local-physical and globally networked events all over the world, Ars Electronica 2020 becomes an exciting experimental laboratory and prototype for a next-level networking that will focus primarily on new forms and possibilities of fusion and coexistence of analog and digital, real and virtual, physical and telematic proximity. Starting in Linz and working with partner gardens from Ars Electronica’s extraordinarily large international network, “real” events will take place in many places, with “real” artists and scientists for “real” audiences, all of which will be networked into a festival from September 9 to 13.

 

https://ars.electronica.art/keplersgardens/en/

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Biogenic Architecture

The project questions perceptual and environmental ‘flatness’ of synthetic materials in comparison to extremely thin, but highly expressive and performative biogenic ‘microcrusts’. These living, grown micro-crusts are highly ordered three-dimensional structures on a microscopic level. As such, they act not only as visual enhancers through lustrous appearance that changes with light and viewers movement, but as a living mediator between building tissue and the environment by capturing CO2. Through microbial colonisation, biomineralization and self-assembly of nanoscale building blocks the project aims to produce such biological micro-crusts in ecologically benign processes. Components exhibited are encrusted in living microbial colonies embedded in silica precipitated matrix and as such have a potential to actively engage in nitrogen, carbon and silica cycles, some of the most important element exchanges on our planet.

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𝗡𝗶𝗻𝗮 𝗝𝗼𝘁𝗮𝗻𝗼𝘃𝗶𝗰́ is an architectural designer who works at the intersection of design, chemical and biochemical engineering, with an expertise in biomineralisation and the perceptual effects of materials that can be grown. Nina is currently an interdisciplinary design tutor at Bio-Integrated Design at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. She is investigating the growth of microscopically thin, yet three-dimensional, lustrous materials of biogenic origin as an EPSRC-funded PhD candidate at The Bartlett School of Architecture and The Centre for Nature Inspired Engineering at UCL. Her work has been published in Paisajes and exhibited at Construmat Barcelona, Biofabricate New York, and Open Cell London.

 

Team | 

Nina Jotanovic The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

Prof Marcos Cruz Bio-integrated Design, UCL

Prof Marc-Olivier Coppens Centre for Nature Inspired Engineering, UCL

 

Biology collaboration |

Dr Slađana Popović University of Belgrade, Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy, National Institute of the Republic of Serbia, Center of Ecology and Technoeconomics

Prof Dr Gordana Subakov Simić University of Belgrade, Faculty of Biology, Institute of Botany and Botanical Garden 'Jevremovac'

 

Fabrication collaboration |

Studio MuciBobina

Xylon & Laura Dizajn

 

Support | EPSRC, UCL, Xylon

 

Venue | Kolektiv Gallery

Organizacija | Senka Latinović

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Opening: Tuesday, June 30th, 7.00 PM, Drinčićeva 20

IMPORTANT: The exhibition opening will take place in the open space, yet we encourage you to bring your mask with you due to the current epidemiological situation.

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The drawing starts from the wall, as an atypical context and scale to which it should act. It refers to its erosive character as one that should be preserved in its original form, or as one whose erosion should be further stimulated by movement. A new layer is created - a linear structure at a certain, variable distance from the wall. Between the linear creation and the wall as an existing condition, a new element is introduced as a mediator and transmitter. The linear structure also carries with it a number of moving points that change the character of the line. The purpose of the drawing is to examine the mobility of the line in relation to sound, and to reveal, through reading, the intertwining and passing of both visible and invisible traces that arise from moving, stretching, tensing the set layers of the drawing.

 

The context in which the drawing emerges allows it a specific tactile character that tends to attract visitors who by pulling linear and dotted string elements, would naturally produce sound, while leaving a trace on the new element, on the material which is placed behind the first layer of the drawing. Each movement of the drawing produces a sound that, when it meets the wall, creates irregularities, traces, cracks on the layers of installed materials, but also on those parts of the wall that remain free. The excerpts remain after the exhibition, as a separate newly formed, archival layer of drawings whose appearance, shape cannot be predicted, as it depends on the degree of reaction to the drawing itself on the spot. The drawing is followed by a record on its creation, which indicates the unstable flow of its emergence via written words.

 

Sound Drawing brings together a team (Sladjana Anicic, Tamara Vukotic, Branko Gulan, Olga Dukic, Boris Ivanovic, Djordje Kekic, Nikolina Lalic, Bojana Mijatov, Mladen Ostojic, Jefimija Popovic, Jovana Ropcevic, Andrea Stankovic; mentor: Snezana Zlatkovic) as an upgrade of a one-semester research through drawing in the final year of study at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade. It is proposed to build drawings through a workshop as a response to the questions from this year's open call of the Kolektiv gallery And yet it moves - On liminal drawing issues, curated by Andjelka Bnin-Bninski.

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The project "New season of the exhibition program unit 3M3 in the Kolektiv gallery"

is supported by the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia.

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3M3 SNEAK PEEK  | Student Workshop | SOUND DRAWING

 

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Curator of the new 3M3 season And yet it moves* - On liminal drawing issues Anđelka Bnin-Bninski

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Sound drawing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Workshop - Sound drawing

The drawing starts from the wall, as an atypical context and scale to which it should act. It refers to its erosive character as one that should be preserved in its original form, or as one whose erosion should be further stimulated by movement. A new layer is created - a linear structure at a certain, variable distance from the wall. Between the linear creation and the wall as an existing condition, a new element is introduced as a mediator and transmitter. The linear structure also carries with it a number of moving points that change the character of the line. The purpose of the drawing is to examine the mobility of the line in relation to sound, and to reveal, through reading, the intertwining and passing of both visible and invisible traces that arise from moving, stretching, tensing the set layers of the drawing.

 

The context in which the drawing emerges allows it a specific tactile character that tends to attract visitors who by pulling linear and dotted string elements, would naturally produce sound, while leaving a trace on the new element, on the material which is placed behind the first layer of the drawing. Each movement of the drawing produces a sound that, when it meets the wall, creates irregularities, traces, cracks on the layers of installed materials, but also on those parts of the wall that remain free. The excerpts remain after the exhibition, as a separate newly formed, archival layer of drawings whose appearance, shape cannot be predicted, as it depends on the degree of reaction to the drawing itself on the spot. The drawing is followed by a record on its creation, which indicates the unstable flow of its emergence via written words.

 

Student workshop Sound Drawing   (Slađana Aničić, Tamara Vukotić, Branko Gulan, Olga Dukić, Boris Ivanović , Đorđe Kekić, Nikolina Lalić, Bojana Mijatov, Mladen Ostojić, Jefimija Popović, Jovana Ropčević, Andrea Stanković; tutor: Snežana Zlatković) as an upgrade of a one-semester research through drawing in the final year of study at the University of Belgrade - Faculty of Architecture. It proposes the actual building of a drawing in space via a workshop, and aims at posing question regarding this years' competition brief by Kolektiv Gallery "And Yet it Moves - On Liminal Drawing Issues"

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3M3 SNEAK PEEK  | Zves Konstantinos | ASXHMO: a shapeless collection

Curator of the new 3M3 season And yet it moves* - On liminal drawing issues Anđelka Bnin-Bninski

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Senka Radović & Kosta Dimitrijević - TIMELINES - drawing machine

The initial aim of the research is not to question the quality and interpretation of the drawing, but the impulses that generate it. Having the above in mind the value of drawing as an artefact is left aside, while the focus is shifted on processes of its genesis. The product as a result of mutual actions of diverse constants is ambiguous.

Two types of drawing have been identified by distinguishing different influences in the field of given context. Accidental drawing generated by movements caused by natural forces, such as wind, rain and sun and collective drawing, a product of layering numerous individual drawings. Drawing machine traces notation of factors that cause the movements by transcribing and uniting flotations in its micro climate

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And yet it moves! 

 

Senka Radović born in 1995 in Požarevac, finished Bachelor studies in Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, in 2018. The same year she has enrolled to Master studies of Interior Design on the same faculty. Aside from architecture, Senka has been working on drawings, paintings and graphic design. Her works have been exhibited at both group and individual exhibitions.

Kosta Dimitrijević born in 1996 in Manila, finished Integrated studies of Architecture on the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, in 2019. He has participated in multiple international workshops and summer schools. He obtained practical knowledge in the field of architecture working in offices in Serbia and China. He was a part of several group exhibitions.

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Curator of the new 3M3 season And yet it moves* - On liminal drawing issues Anđelka Bnin-Bninski

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ASXHMO: a shapeless collection

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zves Konstantinos - ASXHMO: a shapeless collection

The work is centered on notions of shapelessness, inconsistency, ugliness and repetition; it traces a jagged line that connects properties of drawing with the act of building and the anomalies of the cities’ surfaces. The title of the work is borrowed from the greek word used for ‘ugly’. Rooted inside it - the prefix ‘a’ indicating absence and negation of the word schema (σχήμα) meaning shape. Under the rubric of shapelessness things don’t have a name, either by maintaining a vast distance from primitive shapes and their derivatives or by being such an integral part of a complex whole that any delineation or recognition is impossible. They usually lie in-between as odd encounters, bastard, void, random or debris.

 

All these properties seem to challenge architecture yet they are constituent elements of drawing and the built environment. By establishing a temporary alliance with the undesigned, ΑΣΧΗΜΟ utilises drawing as a tool for frenetic inscription that betrays its communicational values. This alliance provides the affordance, to systematically handle shapelessness and to encounter it as the material and aesthetic condition of the city, while using the creative capabilities of abstraction offered by drawing and drive them towards the building domain. ΑΣΧΗΜΟ becomes entangled between building material and decor, informed by modes of filling surfaces and the art of wall finishes; its products seeking to activate margins of architecture and aesthetics.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zves Konstantinos  (1990, Thessaloniki) is a licensed architect, living and working in Athens, Greece. He is practicing architecture through the design of buildings, speculative projects, objects and images. He obtained a MArch from the Department of Architecture, University of Thessaly and he continued his research through the Critical Philosophy program by the New Centre for Research and Practice. He has been involved in housing, commercial, urban design, exhibition design projects. Some of his work has been part of group exhibitions in Europe and online and some of it published in zines, catalogues and journals.

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Curator of the new 3M3 season And yet it moves* - On liminal drawing issues Anđelka Bnin-Bninski

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Thick time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jelena Janković & Filip Marinković - Thick time

By recording impressions through a series of dialog-drawings, we explore the modalities of architecture. We keep a graphic journal by paying frequent visits to the exhibition space throughout the exhibition season, almost ritually. The repeated journal entries, forebode an endless Godot-like drawing; it intertwines, superimposes, erases, traces, underlines, outlines...

At some point, an evaluation of the situation creates an exhibition.

It is imperative not to approach the wall in Drinčićeva Street as a blank exhibiting surface, a drawing plane - ignore its appearance and the layers time has brought to it. The juxtaposition of the wall’s potential for an exhibiting function and its current appearance put the context in a liminal state.

This wall is a canvas of reality. It summarizes all past and future images: notes and vestiges of thick time. According to Jeremy Till, it’s the present that critically gathers the past and also projects the future.

We will not fight the wall but rather, think about it and with it. We won't act in haste and overlook it. It is essential to stop and see it. The wall must exclusively remain a wall, renouncing the new, foreign layers that cover it. It should only carry its own image.

The research aims to elicit the mechanism of auto reflection by confronting the wall and the observer with itself. In this way, the wall transcends its existence as a mere exhibition space, a backdrop, to assume the role of the foreground.

To give time to the wall means to restore it for yourself, and vice versa. Duration is necessary. We draw, we draw for a long time, we draw time.

Filip Marinković was born in 1992 in Kraljevo, Serbia. He obtained a Master’s degree in Studies in Interior Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade. In his work, he deals with the concepts of time, senses, perception, the ordinary, mundane and overlooked. He is interested in exploring the nuanced thresholds and areas where spaces, things, and ideas emerge and go out of existence. Works as a graphic designer, book designer, and freelance interior designer.

Jelena Janković was born in 1992. in Belgrade, Serbia. She graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, and obtained a Master’s degree in Architecture design. During her studies, she started teaching at the Department of architecture, as a teaching fellow for Undergraduate and Master academic studies. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. on the topic of Sensation in/with space. Her research focuses on the moment of contact between the object and the person, and the reaction - sensation that occurs at that time. The exchange taking place refers to the mutual permeation of what space awakens and offers at the same time, memory, reality, perception, the intertwining of the physical and the mental, a totality. She considers the meeting of humans and space to always be a new experience - an experiment. Besides architecture, her interests are philosophy, psychology, and art. She is engaged in theoretical work and freelance design.

 

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Curator of the new 3M3 season And yet it moves* - On liminal drawing issues Andjelka Bnin-Bninski

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Breathing Structure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nataša Teofilović - Breathing Structure 

In this site-specific work, I will use the photos of inner garden plants to generate dynamic living abstract net. This live drawing will be exposed outside, on facade. The life of the plants will be transformed into abstract dynamic line construction. I will use photogrammetry and 3D animation software to create animation, pictures and installation.

Nataša Teofilović is visual artist who explores the manifestation and identity of the feminine and sensuous in the virtual space through new media and computer art. She uses different media, from the experimental video to performance art to 3D character animations, digital ambience and generative art. 

She won an honorary mention in the Prix Ars Electronica 2016, an honorary mention in the first Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN competition and Jury Recommended Work at 15th Japan Media Arts Festival, Tokyo, Japan, 2012.

Nataša Teofilović has a PhD and MA in Digital Art (Belgrade University of Arts, Interdisciplinary Studies) and holds a BA in Architecture from Belgrade University. She is an associate professor at the Faculty of Media and Communications ‘Singidunum’ in Belgrade.

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3M3 SNEAK PEEK  | Hrvoje Spudić & Sven Sorić | KVADRAT SVJETLOSTI

Curator of the new 3M3 season And yet it moves* - On liminal drawing issues Andjelka Bnin-Bninski

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​Kvadrat svjetlosti

 

Hrvoje Spudić & Sven Sorić

A gilded square meter of a gable wall, precisely lit by an artificial light source. The change of light and darkness. The liminal condition — a drawing is withheld from its supposed surface.

The superposition of gold and light is the superposition of the symbolic and the physical. From the surface we substract drawing as a material medium and we inscribe an immaterial medium — light. In a way, we are correcting a mistake in logic — on a dematerialised sufrace, one should not intervene materialistically. We use light to test the surface, its apparent three-dimensionality, flatness, the emanation of light from the surface.

A 16 mm projector and its mechanical and optical characteristics would be used to test a flickr (light — the absence of light). Without the presence of gilding on the wall, we do not know and cannot anticipate how the projections will appear. The process is inseparable from the work itself.

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This Town Needs Posters is a platform for experiments in analog print and similar techniques which was started by Hrvoje Spudić and Sven Sorić in 2012. For the work they have been awarded in Zagreb and Belgrade. They collaborate with instances from the independent cultural scene, and have exhibited and lectured in most of ex Yugoslavia.

https://thistownneedsposters.com

Hrvoje Spudić (Zagreb, 1987) graduated from Zagreb Faculty of Architecture in 2015. He is an explorer of techniques and technologies of print, photography, film and sound. He conducts his research with Sven Sorić in This Town Need Posters duo, Radiona makerspace, Klubvizija filmlab and in tandem with Sara Salamon. Since 2017. he is an assistant at Zagreb Faculty of Architectures department for drawing and visual design.

http://stvari.info/

Sven Sorić (Sisak, 1989.) is a freelance graphic designer, a member of the Croatian Designers Association and the Croatian Freelance Artists Association. In 2015 he earned a master’s degree from the Faculty of Architecture in Zagreb, since then he has worked in graphic design exclusively.  He co-founded This Town Needs Posters with Hrvoje Spudić. In his independent practice he is focused on editorial design and visual identities for cultural institutions.

https://svensvensven.com

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The New 3M3 season Announcement 

 

 

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Following the open call for the new season of the 3m3 program (And yet it moves - On liminal drawing issues),

the curator of the new season Andjelka Bnin-Bninski selected six authors / collectives to perform their works

on the gable of the house of the new gallery space in Drinčićeva 20 in Belgrade.

Due to the current situation caused by the global coronavirus pandemic, we were forced to postpone the realization of the program for a moment, but meanwhile we would like to introduce you to our authors and

give you a little sneak peek into their ideas.

Every Wednesday, we will present one author / collective and a segment of their planned project via gallery's website and social networks.

 

Please follow us on:

WeB: https://www.kolektivarhitekata.com/

FB: https://www.facebook.com/Kolektiv-1866288996929102/

IG: @kolektivgalerija

 

We hope to see you soon!

The Kolektiv gallery team and curator Anđelka Bnin-Bninski

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Authors of the Drawing: Eva Beke and Louise De Brabander

        Kolektiv arhitekata, Drinčićeva 20, Beograd, Srbija

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