Commissioner: Jehona Shyti
Curator: Eliza Hoxha
The Pavilion’s concept revolves around the idea of „house“ as a compensation for the city. During ’90s Kosovo Albanians were expelled from all activities of public institutional life because of the political conflicts in ex-Yugoslavia. Due to that Kosovo Albanians created a parallel system of public institutions into their private houses in peripheral areas of the city. The pavilion space named The City Is Everywhere“ is a house always on the making and somehow unfinished because of these new additional public functions
Indonesia: Sunyata The Poetics of Emptiness
Commissioner: Ricky Joseph Pesik-Badan Ekonomi Kreatif (Bekraf)
Curators: Ary Indrajato, David Hutama, Adwitya Dimas Satria, Ardy Hartono, Jonathan Aditya Gahari, Johanes Adika Gahari
In „Sunyata: The Poetics of Emptiness“ emptiness in meant as an active entity; a singularity that functions a a prominent agency in life and at the same time, as a void which demands to be conquered. This conquest is expressed in various forms of ritualisation. Emptiness is a concept strongly rooted in Indonesian Architecture. This project argues that the Indonesian concept of Emptiness is the approach to liberate spatial experienceand tactility from ocular centrism and materiality suppression; a „FreeSpace“ for interpretation and imagination.
Croatia: Cloud Pergola / The Architecture of Hospitality
Commissioner: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia
Curator: Bruno Juricic
„Cloud Pergola / The Architecture of Hospitality“ is conceived as a collaborative site-specific environment, an installation crossing the boundaries of architecture, art, engineering, robotic fabrication and computational models. The exhibition is structured through the interplay of three interventions: Cloud Drawing by Alisa Andrasek in coll. with Bruno Juricic, To Still the Eyes by Vlatka Horvat and Ephemeral Garden by Maja Kuzmanivic.