Lauba, People and Art House
Republic of Croatia, Ministry of Culture
City of Zagreb, City Office for Education, Culture and Sports
Embassy of France in Croatia
Acción Cultural Española
Featuring a number of established architects and curators, the program continues to re-think space in the 2013/2014 season. Throughout this season of competitions and papers, Think Space is looking for pioneering works at the intersection of architecture, sociology, economics, programming and marketing that radically challenge the fundamental spatial, social and urban relation based on capitalism.Juror of the Culture & Society Competition, Pedro Gadanho, the Curator of Contemporary Architecture in the Department of Architecture and Design at MoMA, New Yorkinvited participants to send in proposals for conceptual strategies and architectural expressions that may represent a new space for cultural exchange that can be built without money.+ more
On Friday, February 28th during the Culture & Society mini.symposium, Think Space launched the final competition of the Money Cycle. Competition entitled Environment is to be jurored by Keller Easterling . During the event, Easterling gave a short lecture on the topic, that will be online shortly. In the meanwhile, check out the photo report from our Friday event. Awarded authors and entries of the Culture & Society Competition were announced by juror Pedro Gadanho. Guests of the round table which followed were: Matevz Čelik, Dinko Peračić, Emina Višnić, Tomislav Pletenac, guest curators Ethel Baraona Pohl & Cesar Reyes Najera (via Skype) and Pedro Gadanho. Environment Competition brief, deadlines and all other information are available here.
Detailed information about the last competition, Environment, of the Money Cycle will be announced publicly during the second Think Space Mini-symposium at Lauba, House for People and Art in Zagreb, on February 28th, starting at 19:00 CET. On this occasion, awarded authors and entries of the Culture & Society Competition will be announced by juror Pedro Gadanho who will be joining us in person alongside Matevz Čelik, Tomislav Pletenac, guest curators Ethel Baraona Pohl & Cesar Reyes Najera (via Skype), Keller Easterling (via Skype) and other interesting guests, yet to be disclosed. In case you would like to enjoy the event from the comfort of your couch, tune in here, as it will be live streamed.+ more
Today at midnight CET, expires the submission deadline for Culture & Society Competition. We would like to remind you to submit your entries in a timely manner.
Please find the submission page here. In case you are experiencing some technical difficulties with the payment or submission procedure, please inform us via mail at email@example.com, as we will gladly make an effort to resolve the possible issues. Thank you all for participating in the second Think Space Competition of the Money Cycle. Guest curators Ethel Baraona Pohl, Cesar Reyes Najera & juror Pedro Gadanho are looking forward to reviewing your conceptual proposals!
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After successfully concluding the first competition of the MONEY cycle, the Zagreb Society of Architects sets the stage for the second competition within Think Space Programme, the international series of concept-based architectural competitions. Juror of the Territories Competition, David A. Garcia of MAP Architects invited participants to send in proposals that tackle the present economic and territorial challenges in the present and future of the Arctic lands and upon evaluating entries awarded the First Prize to the entry entitled Who Owns The Arctic, by Owen Wells from United Kingdom, Second Prize to Sarah Cree from Canada, for her work entitled Frozen Fuel Network, Third Prize to Gabriel Ruiz-Larrea and Ledo Pérez Vasquéz from Spain for their entry entitled Invisible High Frequency Trader, and the Honourable Mention to Natalya Egon and Noel Turgeon from United States for their work entitled Interarctica: The Cultural Rezoning of the Arctic Ocean. For juror's comments on the awarded entries and Culture & Society launch - read on.