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  string(1806) "Šibenik Alternating Currents is the second part of the “Publishing Acts” series. It unites a set of collaboratively produced, openended socio-political imaginaries about the Croatian city Šibenik re-narrating its past, present and future. It also is a critical reflection on prevailing processes, methods and frames for architectural knowledge production – specifically on architectural publishing: Publishing here is understood as a processual device evoking and framing a social and discursive sphere for multivocal negotiation, self-reflexive sensemaking, and di­fferentiated co-production.

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With contributions by: Maite Borjabad López-Pastor, CARTHA, Miruna Dunu, Jason Hilgefort, Sonja Leboš, Armina Pilav, Soba DAŠ, Selim Projects, Lana Stojićević, and Tania Tovar Torres.

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  string(2071) "How to deal with the European hinterland? The Summer School will focus on the City of Graz: The town consists of 17 districts, from which we chose five: Puntigam, Liebenau, Straßgang, Wetzelsdorf and Gösting. All of them are located around the historic core of the city, forming a perimeter of undefined peri-urban outskirts. There are huge similarities between them. There is a lack of urbanity, centrality or any kind of spatial hierarchy. Each district contains a fragmented landscape with a mix of urban and rural characteristics. None of them has ever been in the center of attention, although current gentrification processes indicate a continuous rise of the number of people living there in the near future.

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  string(1898) "The Young Talent Architecture Award was created to support the talent of recently graduated architects, urban planners and landscape architects, who will be responsible for transforming our environment in the future. YTAA has emerged from an interest in the initial stages of these architects’ progress and a desire to support their talent as they enter into the professional world.

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Through these pages you will find an exciting journey in space and time that presents creative ways to improve our living conditions in different contexts.

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This publication has been supported by dpr-barcelona in the framework of its publishing activities for Future Architecture, co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union. The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

More info: YTAA Award"
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