Posts Tagged ‘Marta Jecu’

Plataforma Revolver at Transboavista- Open Call for Curators

Blog post by Marta Jecu – in Lisbon; Monday, Mar. 25, 2012.

Lisbon’s Transboavista is a multiple art project installed in the Palace Marquis of Sampaio, which dates back to 1712 (and was partially rebuilt in 1952). The three stories and attic edifice, founded and directed by the collector Vitor Pinto de Fonseca, …

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BERLIN ARCH LINK : The Tactile Side of the Virtual – an Interview with Arquitectos Anónimos

Interview by Marta Jecu – in Berlin; Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2011.

The explicit and provocative credo of Portuguese architecture office Arquitectos Anonimos, founded in 2006, is an active response to the prevalent role that architects have come to adopt: the project-mastermind. The goal is an architecture that is not the result of a uni-directional, authorial process, but a construction that changes its shape and reinvents itself day by day…[read on…]

Bucolic Field-Work.
An interview with Tjorg Douglas Beer

Interview by Marta Jecu – in Berlin; Tuesday, Sep. 20, 2011.

I met Tjorg Douglas Beer last year for a discussion regarding the Kreuzeberg Biennial in his atelier, which had hosted some nights before its grand party of inauguration with all Kreuzberg friends, strollers, performers, bar and project space keepers, park and party goers…[read on…]


Requiem für einen Untoten

By Marta Jecu // June 02, 2011
I think that the German Pavilion of the 54th Venice Biennial is incorporating the gap between on one hand representativity and identity (signifiers that are meant to express the unchangeability of a certain[read on]