Parliament of Plants is part of the display “What is radical today?” opening the 6th of September 2019 at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.
This display brings together 40 visions on how architecture can respond to today’s rapidly changing world.Read More
Selected for the urban study “Volta Nord” in Basel.
We are selected to envision the future of the urban area, which will include a central square, a linear park, and new streets. The team is led by BeL Sozietät für Architektur and composed of a group of architects, thinkers, scholars and artists with Merz & Clauss, M.Kausch, M.Josephy, B. Maçães Costa, and M. Bauer.
Finalist of the competition for the Christoph Merian School in Basel.
The proposal for the extension of the primary school is part of the last pool of six projects selected by the jury. Architecture by Y. Ciorabai, Studio Pararaum, and dsw Architekten.
Workshop and lecture in Prishtina during the Kosovo Architecture Festival, from the 1st till the 5th of July 2019.
Reading in Basel during “Lange Nacht der Notwendigen Geschichten” at the Wildwuchs festival on the 26th of May 2019.
The biennial Wildwuchs festival aims to be a mediator of encounters between artists and audiences; between people affected by issues and those who are interested in them. It produces projects that offer equal opportunities for artistic creativity to all and enable cultural inclusivity amidst diversity.
Exhibition at the VI PER Gallery in Prague opening with a talk the 2nd of May 2019 at 18h.
The exhibition explores the little-known, often-overlooked, and rare intimate behaviour of the botanical world and is on display from the 3rd of May until the 22nd of June 2019.Read More
Towards a Reparations Ecology panel at the Creative Exchange on the 15th of Febrary 2019 at the Museum of Architecture and Design in Ljubljana.
The event represents an annual gathering around European architecture, and showcase ideas and trends for the future development of architecture and the profession.Read More
Selection as Future Architecture alumna 2019.
The Suspended Garden was on display during European Heritage Days 2018.
Many visitors passed by the garden on their way to visit the International University Campus in Paris. The journalist Lucien Jedwab recounted the event in Le Monde on 16.09.2018: « A la Cité Internationale universitaire, le patrimoine est aussi végétal ». Le Monde
Lecture at “Garden State” during the Basel Theatre Festival on the 8th of September 2018.
The “Garden State” project from MAMAZA is inspired by the story of Libertalia, a possibly fictional anarchist island colony founded in the late 17th century near Madagascar in which pirates and freed slaves lived communally in a peaceful environment.Read More
Selection by Rahul Mehrotra as Akademie Schloss Solitude fellow in Stuttgart for 2019-2020.
Akademie Schloss Solitude is an international Artist-in-Residence Program. It creates a close-knit, global and transdisciplinary network of Solitude alumni that expands from year to year.Read More