What Is There To Be Done About The Uranus Area In The 21st Century? Debate

The second public debate in the frame of the Collective Authorship takes place on Thursday, November 21, 2019, at 6:00 PM, at Casa Mincu, headquarters to the Romanian Order of Architects (Pictor Arthur Verona 19). Its theme is: What is there to be done about the Uranus area in the 21st century?

Introduction
Călin Dan – Emotional Architecture. A Short Overview On Cohabiting With Cataclism

Initiatives On Retrieving Urban Memory
Ioana Marinescu, Costin Gheorghe, Cristian Văraru (The Uranus Neighborhood Initiative Group)
Uranus Neighborhood, Retrieving The Memory. An Ongoing Project

Ștefan Ghenciulescu
The Uranus Now Project – Perspectives

Dimitrie Grigorescu
A Proposal For The Urban Re-integration Of The House Of The People

Teodor Frolu
From ARK To PUZ. An Urban Adventure In The Neighborhood

Closing
Celia Ghyka / Călin Dan, About The “Collective Authorship” Project And Film.


In 2019, the Collective Authorship returns with a film, synthesizing the main directions of the project and reuniting the interviews taken from 2017 onwards. Gathering representatives of the most diverse professions (architects, engineers, masons, plasterers, doctors, visual artists), the Collective Authroship (2019, 52 min) film debaates the way in which Romanian society metabolized this political, ideological, architectural excess: the House of the People.

The debate is followed by the premiere of the installation-film which takes place November 22, 2019, at Switch Lab, Universul Palace, 4th Floor.


 

A project of Asociația pentru Tranziția Urbană (ATU).
Partners: Bucharest National University of Arts – Photo-Video DepartmentSwitch Lab.
Special thanks: The Romanian Chamber of Deputees, OAR (Romanian Order of Architects).

A cultural project co-financed by the Administration of the National Cultural Fund of Romania (AFCN).
The project does not necessarily represent the position of the Administration of the National Cultural Fund of Romania. AFCN is not responsible for the project’s content or the way in which its results can be used. These fall entirely under the responsibility of the grant beneficiary.