Dicle University 1st International Architecture Symposium

Ružica Bogdanović Invited Speaker at Dicle University International Architecture Symposium

STRAND founding member Ružica Bogdanović will take participation as an Invited Speaker and member of Scientific Board at Dicle University International Architecture Symposium.

The Symposium will be held 4-6 October at Dicle University Faculty of Architecture, Turkey . Continue reading “Dicle University 1st International Architecture Symposium”

Libraries as Gardens: Libraries of Walks

Nora Lefa exhibiting at TAF / the art foundation

STRAND member Nora Lefa exhibits at TAF / the art foundation in collaboration with Analogio Festival 2018 at the group show Libraries of Walks, curated by Geert Vermeire.

Exhibit opens on 21 September and runs until 29 September. Parallel to the exhibition, performances, workshops and talks will be hosted as part of the program Libraries as Gardens taking place in various venues and public spaces of Athens, Greece. Continue reading “Libraries as Gardens: Libraries of Walks”

Diagrammatics of Virtual Connectome

Going Digital 2018
Keynote Speaker Dragana Ćirić*
“Diagrammatics of Virtual Connectome:
Architecture of Digital Memory Scaping”


diktyochóros/diktyotopia [1]
[the next imaginariumin cyberterritory: a digital archive and a digital diagram]

[1] diktyochóros [δίκτυοΧώρος] – network space, diktyotopia [δίκτυοτοπία] – network place Continue reading “Diagrammatics of Virtual Connectome”

Mapping the City Transformation

Going Digital 2018
Keynote Speaker Nataša Janković*
“Architectural Terri[s]tories Going Digital:
Mapping the City Transformation”


Maps are one of the most powerful ways to understand city. But, mapping is no longer an activity exclusively by experts, it is instead a powerful form of everyday communication. This situation opens an opportunity for (re)reading(and (re)writing)) some of the architectural terri(s)tories. Continue reading “Mapping the City Transformation”

Fluid Air Drawing

Going Digital 2018
Keynote Speaker Snežana Zlatković*
“City – Escapes – Yugoslav General Staff Building
Fluid Air Drawing”


The aim of this work is to propose drawing as a critical tool, developed during PhD research which explore the invisible data of air space of the ex Yugoslav Ministry of Defense Building (Yugoslav General Staff Building) designed and built between 1957 and 1965 by architect Nikola Dobrovic. Continue reading “Fluid Air Drawing”

Artist’s Book

Going Digital 2018
Keynote Speaker Mariela Cvetić*
“The Artist’s Book in the Age of Digital Technology”


The paper discusses students’ Artists’ Books produced on the elective subject “The Artist’s Book” at Master studies at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture, Serbia. It also explains the modes of the artist’s book teaching methodology on this course. Continue reading “Artist’s Book”

Going Post-Digital

Going Digital 2018
Keynote Speaker Dejan Grba*
“Going Post-Digital
Presenting and Promoting Digital Art Within Contemporary Digital Culture”


The significance of facing challenges and the necessity for new strategies in promoting digital art were the key points at the closing plenary of ISEA 2016 in Hong Kong. We acknowledged that digital art professionals predominantly operate and most efficiently communicate within the limited circles of like-minded artists, authors and cultural workers. Continue reading “Going Post-Digital”

Geo(augmented) Cultural Space

Going Digital 2018
Keynote Speaker Manthos Santorineos*
with Stavroula Zoi
“The Geo(augmented)CulturalSpace: A proposal for a Large-scale, Geopolitical Art”


This paper presents an ongoing project developed by the artist Manthos Santorineos and the scientist Stavroula Zoi. Ιt is a virtual exhibition in which, through the Geo-located Augmented Reality technology, virtual artworks will be exhibited in different areas of the earth related with human actions that convert the earth, transform it into civilization, create the linear history, with conflicts, with victories, with defeats, with progress and destruction. Continue reading “Geo(augmented) Cultural Space”