Workshop for students and professionals in the field of architecture, arts and humanities aimed at reflecting the relationship between architecture and memory.
Katarina Burin is a visual artist and lecturer at Harvard. Born in Bratislava, she moved to Toronto, Canada, at the age of six. Her work is formally very diverse (drawings, models, collages, installations), but she has long been interested in the history of architecture, especially modernism, the position of women in architecture and the possibilities and limits of historical documentation. For her work on the fictional Brno modernist architect P. A. Molnár she won the James and Audrey Foster Prize in 2013.
The workshop is part of an exhibition in the New Synagogue and is free of charge.
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