The Critical Discourses nominees will be announced soon!

33 of the initial 45 applicants have been validated. We have therefore accepted 29 papers (20 free essays and 9 theoretical articles) by 33 authors from 10 countries (Romania, The Nehterlands, Belgium, Russia, Italy, India,

We are pleased to announce that the registration and paper submission phases of the Critical Discourses competition are now over!

33 of the initial 45 applicants have been validated. We have therefore accepted 29 papers (20 free essays and 9 theoretical articles) by 33 authors from 10 countries (Romania, The Nehterlands, Belgium, Russia, Italy, India, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, UK).

 

The jury has received the submissions and will announce the selected 10 nominees (5 for each section) on May 27th.

 

The jury is presided by Sarah Robinson (architect and theoretician, USA / Italy), and is composed of the following members:

 

  • Ștefan Cristian Popa, architect, UK
  • Caterina di Cecca, composer, philosopher, Italy
  • Marko Sančanin, architect, Croatia
  • Arpad Zachi, architect, Romania (director of the Trienalle)
  • Vladimir Vinea, architect and researcher, Romania
  • Mădălina Mirea, art critic and historian, Romania
  • Doru Comșa, architect, Romania / Switzerland
  • Ștefana Grădinariu, architect, Romania / UK

 

The nominees will present their essays in Bucharest during the Bucharest Triennale, between 10th-13th October 2019.

 

The Critical Discourses competition is part of the 2019 Bucharest Triennale East Centric Architecture. It attempts to analyze the architectural and urban phenomenon of living and dwelling in the region – as historical becoming as well as contemporary situation – through an essay competition addressed both to professionals from the field of architecture and to those of related cultural fields – philosophy, art, sociology, anthropology etc. The contest aims to discover ideas and opinion makers, to outline original and challenging concepts and observations on the topic of living and dwelling today and tomorrow, and also to promote examples of quality architecture.

 

 

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