TRANSFORMACIJA GRADSKOG PEJZAŽA – Snežana Zlatković

 27. Oktobar – 8. Novembar 2018.

 

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TRANSFORMACIJA GRADSKOG PEJZAŽA

Izložba „Transformacije gradskog pejzaža” predstavlja autorkin istraživački proces kroz crtež na doktorskim akademskim studijama Arhitektonskog fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu u periodu od 2013. do 2018. godine. Crtež, kao osnovni metodološki alat istražuje složene arhitektonske situacije i formira niz eksperimenata na različitim fragmentima grada.

Istraživanje kroz crtež je usmereno ka razumevanju urbane strukture koja postaje sve složenija forma, i sve teža za percepciju, od same veličine, do prostornih vrednosti, odnosno posebnih aspekata iste. Stalni proces preobražavanja grada ima svoj dinamičan ritam. Istražujući dinamičnost i statičnost svakog pojedinačnog trenutka izražene putem prostornosti gradskog pejzaža, autorka uviđa da transformacija istog u najvećoj meri determiniše pitanja percepcije, razumevanja stanja grada, ali i moguće fragmentacije jedne takve kompleksnosti.

Izdvojene tri celine analiza su izložene: Mape metodologije – knjige ručnih crteža, Digitalni kolaži – mapiranje transformacija gradskog pejzaža sa fokusom na Novi Beograd i Fluid Air Drawing – Generalštab. Crtež se tehnikom mapiranja gradi između postojećeg i nastajućeg izgleda gradskog pejzaža, ali ne teži jasno definisanom broju analiza, već ka sagledavanju u seriji. Raslojavanjem raslojenog, postepeno se ukazuje na novo čitanje neprekidnog prostorno-vremenskog stvaranja od mikro do makro-arhitektonike. Sekundarni cilj izložbe je da ukaže na kompleksan istraživački proces, od mapa metodologije – knjiga ručnih crteža do digitalnih kolaža, i time postavi i pitanje upotrebe arhitektonskih alata u digitalnom dobu. U cilju što preciznijeg mapiranja, metodologija traga ka istovremenom korišćenju analognih i digitalnih tehnika koje otkrivaju nove mogućnosti za analizu skrajnutih prostornih konflikata.

Snežana Zlatković (1988, Beograd) je asistent i student doktorskih akademskih studija Arhitektonskog fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu. Razni delovi njenog istraživanja na doktorskim akademskim studijama su bili predstavljeni na različitim internacionalnim i nacionalnim konkursima, konferencijama i izložbama. Njeno istraživanje je bilo odabrano za Drawing Futures Book 2016 (The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL). “Habitation – Cityscape – Transformation” je bio nagrađen priznanjem na Drawing of the Year 2016 (The Aarhus School of Architecture), kao i rad “Micro Macro Atmospheres” (in collaboration with A. Karabašević) u kategoriji New Media (STRAND). Crteži “Millions of City Plans Transformation – Micro Macro Atmospheres Mapping (Experiment No. 34-36)” su bili nagrađeni sa pohvalom na konkursu Eye Line 2017 koji raspisuje časopis Kraljevskog instituta britanskih arhitekata, ali su i ušli u uži izbor za Royal Arts Prize 2018 u Londonu. “Fluid Air Drawing: City-Escapes-Yugoslav General Staff Building” je nagrađen priznanjem u kategoriji Innovation in Architecture, Science & Technology in Digital Era (STRAND).

Cityscape Transformations

The exhibition „Cityscape Transformations“ represents the author’s research process through drawing at PhD studies at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Architecture from 2013 to 2018. Drawing, as a basic methodological tool, explores complex architectural situations and forms a series of experiments on different fragments of the city.

Research by drawing is directed towards understanding the urban structure, which is becoming more and more complex in form, and increasingly difficult to perceive, from its very size, to its spatial values, or particular aspects of it. The constant transformability of the city has its own dynamic rhythm. Researching the dynamism and static of each individual moment expressed through the spatiality of the cityscape, the author realizes that its transformation largely determines the issues of perception, understanding of the state of the city, but also the possible fragmentation of such complexity.

Selected three parts of analysis were exhibited: Methodology Maps – The Books of Hand Drawings, Digital Collages – Cityscape Transformation Mapping with a Focus on New Belgrade and Fluid Air Drawing – General Staff Building. The drawing is constructed by mapping technique between the existing and emerging view of the cityscape, but does not seek a clearly defined number of analyzes, but rather a serial vision. Layering the layered, a new reading of the continuous spatio-temporal creation from micro to macro-architectonics is gradually brought to light. The secondary aim of the exhibition is to point out the complexity of research process, from Methodology Maps – The Books of Hand Drawings to Digital Collages, and thus raise the question of the use of architectural tools in the digital age. In order to map as precisely as possible, the methodology seeks to simultaneously use of analog and digital techniques that open up new possibilities for the analysis of reduced spatial conflicts.

Snežana Zlatković (1988, Belgrade) is a teaching assistant and PhD student at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Architecture. Different parts of her PhD process have been presented in various international and national architectural competitions, conferences and exhibitions. Her research had been selected for Drawing Futures Book 2016 (The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL). “Habitation – Cityscape – Transformation” was awarded with Special Mention for the Drawing of the Year 2016 (The Aarhus School of Architecture), as well as “Micro Macro Atmospheres” (in collaboration with A. Karabašević) with Recognition in category New Media (STRAND). Drawings “Millions of City Plans Transformation – Micro Macro Atmospheres Mapping (Experiment No. 34-36)”was awarded with Commendation in the RIBA Journal’s Eye Line 2017 Drawing Competition and shortlisted for Royal Arts Prize 2018 in London. “Fluid Air Drawing: City-Escapes-Yugoslav General Staff Building” was awarded with Mention in category Innovation in Architecture, Science & Technology in Digital Era (STRAND).

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