Opening: Energy spots
Energy Spots is focused on trying to find small scale, speciffic spaces considered energyzing urban spots în a city in full development swing. Jelena Ivanovic Vojvodic, Danica Jovović Prodanović and Ruzica Saric will open the discussion on the main topics of the exposition: Bartleby in Belgrade, In-Between spaces, Model of temporary housing, Between projection and execution, Urban Yoga Beograd.
The future that is ahead features technological innovation, quick acting and lack of empathy, the absence of live, personal human contacts, but also the increasing leaning towards and depending on what Marc Augé calls non-spaces. We believe that the right to better quality of life is a basic human right and part of how we see the future of cities, which is why not only architecture, but the whole of human production is directed towards exercising that right.
Jelena Ivanovic Vojvodic
Jelena Ivanovic Vojvodic graduated from Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. She worked at studios from UK, Belgrade, Budapest and together with Goran Vojvodic founded the office Birovia. Jelena teaches at the Faculty of Art and Design at Megatrend University and she is a member of union of Architects of Serbia, Do.co.mo.mo Serbia, and Serbian Chamber of Engineers and one of the founders and program directors of BINA
Danica Jovović Prodanović
Danica Jovović Prodanović graduated from Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. She worked at the IAUS, the Cultural Center of Belgrade (as director), the Museum in Belgrade (as director). She is the holder of the Order of Knight of the French Order of the Arts and Literature and one of the founders and program directors of BINA.
Ruzica Saric, graduated from Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade. Together with Jovan Saric, she founded Office Sardo Architects in 2009. She is also a member of Union of Serbian Architects, Do.co.mo.mo Serbia, Serbian Chamber of Engineers and editorial team of Professional Magazine Forum. She is one of the Founders and Authors of the BINA project