At first glance, a red and white patterned carpet should float along the longitudinal axis of the drying building. At second glance, it should look more like a ramp. Think of Bourgeois and Zumthor's work in Norway, and note: the space has an extraordinary atmosphere. Approach the ramp to find that you have been deceived, someone has altered the quality
The scope of the workshop was to introduce participants to the basics of photogrammetry, while mapping a part of the out-door exhibition of Terra Studio, in Kikinda, Serbia. Students were taken through a crash-course on the different stages of photogrammetric data capture, in order to better understand what the specific challenges for each step are. Photos of ceramic sculptures and
UBB worked alongside UAUIM in the 5th workshop “Curating Triplex Confinium. How to build up an exhibition”, offered for all of the students enrolled at the Kikinda summer school. This workshop intended to explore the making-of of the exhibition dedicated to the dissemination of the experiences from the Triplex Confinium project. In order to do that, the coordinators of the
As we did at the first Triplex Summer School in Jimbolia during the past september of 2021, in Kikinda we also bet to work with the memory and the remains of the built heritage of the town of Kikinda.
The Introduction to GIS lecture and the the two support workshops (working with GIS, and Understanding Water as a tool for forming heritage), offered Triplex Confinium students with theoretical knowledge as well as practical competence in mapping the competition site. The tested tools and mapping methodologies will set the basis for our enhanced GIS course.
The natural environment is a specific medium for spatial perception. The basic references that define the built environment, such as scale, dimension and distance, do not apply. To characterise the landscape, the observer is forced to resort to abstract concepts such as density, absence, infinity, etc. Abstraction also determines cognition: non-objective, personal cues help.
The complex activity of land exploitation carried out over time in Jimbolia, in order to produce ceramic products, led to the appearance of several pits that later transformed, naturally, into anthropic lakes. In the native language, these water filled earth quarries are called "bălți". In their current natural state, the lakes are a good reference point for observing the interaction