Residency in Novi Sad - Akademie Schloss Solitude (2010-2014)

In the period from 2010 to 2014, the cooperation of with Akademie Schloss Solitude functioned bilaterally. Artists, architects, and philosophers, former residents of Solitude, stayed in Novi Sad for a period of 3 months. Their stay was realized in cooperation with the Institute for Culture of Vojvodina.

> Bernhard Herbordt & Melanie Mohren, Germany
Bernhard Herbordt (* 1978, Würzberg) Melanie Mohren (* 1979, Bonn) graduated from the Institute of Applied Theater Studies at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen in 2005. Since then they have worked together on interdisciplinary theater projects, radio plays, installations and exhibitions. Their work has been supported and shown at the following institutions and festivals: Akademie Schloss Solitude Stuttgart, Berliner Zimmer -Context * 1 Hebbel am Ufer Berlin, cutting edge Festival Frankfurt, DeutschlandRadio Kultur, die Wuste lebt Festival Hamburg, Feuer & Flamme Festival Hamburg, Freischwimmer Festival, Forum Freies Theater Dusseldorf, Theaterhaus Gessnerallee Zurich, Hessischer Rundfunk, ITs Festival Amsterdam, Kampnagel Hamburg, Kunstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt, PACT Zollverein Essen, Theater Bonn, Sophiensaele Berlin, Schauspiel Stuttgart, Westdeutscher Rundfunk.

In the period from October 2010 to January 2011, the artists stayed in Novi Sad and realized the project: -who-own ...


> Lusiano Basauri and Dafne Berc are co-founders of the urban research organization Analog, currently in Novi Sad on a three-month professional residency within the 'Artists-in-residency' program produced by the Center for New from Novi Sad. Since 2008, has been participating in a three-month bilateral exchange program for artists and researchers in cooperation with the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, The program is implemented in cooperation with the Institute for Culture of Vojvodina.

During their stay in Novi Sad, they implemented a project entitled "Latent in the city: Gaps in Novi Sad" - The project explores the nature and development opportunities of areas in transition, semi-abandoned and consolidated areas of untapped potential and how they can help define and strengthen urban identities of the city. It is the result of research by Lusiano Basauri, Daphne Bertz, and Aleksandar Bede, conversations with local experts, and people directly connected to some of the sites. The New Media played a key role in formulating the theoretical framework. The hypothesis that the development of urbanism in Novi Sad lies in protecting these areas from construction shifts the focus to interventions concerning the accessibility of selected locations, increasing their urban qualities, and establishing different practices of active use by as diverse groups of citizens as possible, with the necessary productivity.


> Iva Marčetić graduated from the Faculty of Architecture, the University of Zagreb in 2009. She worked in the architectural offices 3LHD (Zagreb) and de Architekten Cie (Amsterdam). Since 2008, she has been a member of the group of architects Pula Group, with which she organized the congress "City of Postcapitalism" in Pula in 2009. With the Pula Group, she was part of the team that represented Croatia at the Venice Biennale of Architecture in 2012, with the theme "Immediate democracy requires immediate space."

She stayed at during 2013 and on that occasion held a lecture presentation entitled "Urban Geographies of Transition": ...