BINA - New Tradition
An Exhibition of the Südtiroler Künstlerbund for the BINA – Belgrade Architecture Week
The format New Tradition follows up to the successful exhibition “Hosting the Dolomites – Appropriation of Space 7/7”, shown in Moscow (Susev Museum of architecture), Vienna (Italian Embassy), Zagreb (ORIS House of Architecture) and Thessaloniki (Bensoussan Han) between 2016 and 2018. The re-adaptation of the exhibition concept aligns to the Theme of the BINA 2019 “Positive and Active”, fostering a deeper relation to the cultural and build environment, showing 8 architecture and 8 art positions.
The exhibition concept rests upon the well-known hospitality of South Tyrol by expressing its cultural and multi-lingual character. As being a three-language speaking region, with a many faceted cultural scene, the exhibition aims to extend an invitation at the common table. Visitors take a seat at the big table, where architectonical and artistic dishes are served (exhibited). Tradition, re-interpretation and creative outwork are listed on the menu. Mahlzeit (German), Buon appetito (Italian), Bun Apetit (Ladin).
To display the rich-facetted cultural practices of architects and artists of South Tyrol, an international Jury, consisting of Verena Konrad (VAI – Vorarlberger Architekturinstitut), Boris Podrecca (Atelier Boris Podrecca), Eva Gratl (Cultural Publicist), choose among the applications of four different categories: Young | Established | Tradition/Reinterpretation | Innovation. Important umbrella terms, helping to frame and outline the exhibition title “New Tradition” and corresponding curatorial concept.
*roland baldi architects | Fire Station Pflersch
*bergmeisterwolf architekten | Hotel Pacher
*Veronika Mayr | Wineatelier Unterganzner
*Messner Architects | Unesco Viewpoint
*Plasmastudio | Strata
*Peter Pichler Architecture | Oberholz
*Christian Schwienbacher | Apatment D
*Totronic | Vierschach Bridge
*Elisa Alberti | Snowballsystem I, II
*Mirijam Heiler | 46 31 17.26
*Thomas Huck | Das disappeared Valley
*Martin Kargruber | Transmitter mast, Field, Stable
*Arthur Kostner | Landscape in red
*Giancarlo Lamonaca | The other realism
*Josef Rainer | Structure 1,2,3
*Maria Walcher | Fuge
Architect David Calas, Lisa Trockner (Director SKB)
Vernissage May 9, 2019 at 7 p.m. The exhibition will remain open until 30 May. Next year, a BINA 2020 project will be presented in the Prisma Gallery in Bozen-Bolzano.