The WD project began in 2006 as a communication channel of the long-term urban research project “Re-collecting Cities/Re-collecting Time”. The WD editions are exposed in 8 wall displays of the ex-cinema venue of Croatian Cinematheque placed in downtown Zagreb. From 2010 on, WD have grown into a separate project on urban hypertextuality.
WD are a visible part of Shadow Casters constant research and reflection on the city, public and private space, urbanity, co-existence and identity.
Saturday, May 14, 2005
MEMEBERS OF THE JURY FOR THE CONCEPT OF NEW EDITIONS OF WALL DISPLAYS 2013
MEMEBERS OF THE JURY: BARBARA BLASIN IVANA HANAČEK
BOJAN MUCKO (1983, CRO), studies philosophy, and ethnology and cultural anthropology at the Philosophy Faculty in Zagreb. For the last few years he has been engaged with urban-anthropological issues, reviewing the disciplinary boundaries of cultural anthropology through interdisciplinary projects with civil society organizations, designers, architects and contemporary artists. He has worked with Design studio Kancelarija [Office] and Udruga za interdisciplinarana i interkulturalna istraživanja (UIII) [the Association for Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Research] on designing bulletin boards, in cooperation with a local committee in the district of Maksimir and a workshop of architectural interventions in the Special Hospital for Children with Neuro-Developmental and Motor Disorders (Goljak) organized by the organisation Beautiful Hospital and the youth section of the Architects’ Association (DAZ). Occasionally he writes for the architectural magazine Oris, and his works have been published in Zarez and the monthly magazine of the Association of Croatian Architects, Man and Space. He is the current leader of the project for urban culture – ReS uRBANAE – under the auspices of the Association for Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Research (UIIII), which focuses on urban-anthropological research on the phenomenon of massive closures and the decay of city and private business spaces, and, thematically, of the entire urban axes in the wider centre of Zagreb.
Zlatar was born in Zagreb, Croatia, in 1982. She finished high school
in Zagreb in the year 2000 and inscribed sociology and philosophy at
the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. She graduated in 2006
and since then works as a research assistant at the Institute for
Social Research in Zagreb in the group for rural, urban and spacial
sociology. She wrote about 20 scientific articles and reviews. She
also participated at the numerous scientific conferences in Croatia
and abroad. She finished her Ph.D. in 2012 and it's title was
of Social Actors on Urban Transformations and Urban Renewal in Zagreb
after 2000. Her
book entitled Urban
Transformations of Transitional Zagreb
is in print (Plejada, 2013.).