събота, 18 октомври 2008 г.

The Monuments of the Commuistic Regime in the Contemporary European Town. A Disputable Future?

interdisciplinary seminar
24 October (Friday) 2008, 9.00 a.m.-6.00 p.m.
The Red hаll - Ljuben Karavelov St.

TRACE Project is a cultural project for evaluation of the hereditary value of architectural monuments from the socialistic period in Bulgaria, that is meant to integrate them into the social and cultural space of the contemporary city. The problems encompass the question about the meaning of these monuments today and their potential as architectural and urban works of art, cultural phenomena and component parts of the city landscape.The target of this project is to open a public debate about the future of the architectural monument compounds.
A debate that would cast a light through analytical and creative approach, on the questions and expectations, that these spots raise.
Our team's task is to collect all views and opinions, without any taboos, and to formulate the expectations of the european citizens, regarding the re-construction of the public areas, impregnated with memories, that fill up our city territories.
The project offers to make a work platform, in which anyone could leave a trace of his/her own memory, concerning the monumental city area.
In the frame of TRACE Project managed by Archinef association (Lyon, France), Sand Glass Association and „Images–A-Mot“ collective (Paris, France).
Free entrance


24 October (Friday) 2008, 7.00 p.m. Red hall
The Monument in Front of the National Palace of Culture
What to Do?
debate
Right after its mere erection in 1981 the monument, dedicated to 1300 years of founding the Bulgarian State, became notorious among Sofia inhabitants.
Today, 27 years later, it is in an obsolete state and is collapsing hazardously.
Do we have to restore it, and on whose expense- the state’s or the municipality’s?
Shall we demolish it in arder to create a green area in the urbanized Sofia downtown?....
Do we have to preserve it as a symbol of the unattained communism – half finished, put together with poor materials, but always on time for the next official opening? This debate aims at articulating the different positions of Sofia Municipality, the State, intellectuals, urban planners, the collective for its restoration and stakeholders.

Participants:
Histo Drumev (generalen direktor na National Palace of Culture, founder and Head of Board of Directors of "Made in Bulgaria" Union),
arch. Todor Bulev (deputy - chairman of Board of Directors of Union of Bulgarian Architects), Luchezar Boiadzhiev (sculptor)
and
Petur Dikov (Sofia major architect)
Moderator:
Georgi Lozanov

In the frame of TRACE Project managed by Archinef association (Lyon, France)
and „Images–A-Mot“ collective (Paris, France).
Discssion in Bulgarian.
Tickets: 2/1 BGN reserve a ticket

24 October (Friday) 2008, 6.00 p.m. – opening
Nameless hall, Gulliver hall
25 October–6 November,
between 3.00 p.m.. and 7.00 p.m, except Saturday

Archinef Association (Lyon, France),
„Images–A-Mot“ collective (Paris, France) and
Sand Glass Association (Sofia)
pesent:TRACE photo exhibition

This photo exhibition offers authors’ points of view concering the monuments of our communist past.
It represents the authors' points of view and presents photos of Nadezhda Yurukova, Boris Misirkov & Georgi Bogdanov, Aleksandur Yordanov, Nikola Mihov, Krassimir Umarsky, Marko Krojac.
In the frame of TRACE Project managed by Archinef association (Lyon, France), Sand Glass Association (Sofia) and „Images–A-Mot“ collective (Paris, France).
Free entrance read more
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Contacts: http://www.projet-trace.com/
Boriana PAROUCHEVA: 06 78 05 45 18 /
bparoucheva@hotmail.com
Neli GUEORGUIEVA: 06 24 47 19 07 / neli_g@yahoo.com%27/
Axel BRISARD: 06 64 14 25 68 / axel_brisard@yahoo.fr

В тази връзка виж:
арх. Павел Попов
НДК. Държавен? Общински? Частен?
в. Култура, бр. 35 (2518), 15 октомври 2008
http://www.kultura.bg/article.php?id=14774#edno

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