01 Name of author/applicant:
Team of authors: Natalija Bogdanović, Marija Simović, Aleksa Đurić, Petar Simović, Tihomir Dičić, Fedor Jurić, Bogdan Đokić
Intervention in public space
03 Project title:
Spatial/artistic intervention Spatial Prescriptions
04 Description (not exceeding 50 words):
The city park and Šumarice Memorial Park share the same thematic framework, that is the memory of the Second World War as a connecting narrative of Yugoslav society. By engraving a quotation of the poem A Bloody Fairy-tale by Desanka Maksimović into the work, the intervention becomes homage to the victims. The division of a long transversal (the red line and a couple of posts at every hundred steps) proposed by the concept, opened up the possibility of different programming.
05 Impressum (production, place, year, other authors of the team):
Production: association Urbanium – centre for research and sustainable development in architecture and urban planning, Days of Architecture in Kragujevac, 2018
Illustration 01: Tihomir Dičić, Fedor Jurić, Bogdan Đokić
Photograph 02/03: Jovan Vukomanović
07 Biography (not exceeding 100 words):
The team of authors consists of the members of the Kragujevac specialist association Urbanium (Natalija Bogdanović, Marija Simović, Aleksa Đurić, Petar Simović), and authors of the work Spatial Prescriptions which was prepared for the Competition for Conceptual Setups of Interventions in Public Spaces in Kragujevac – About Public Spaces – from the Beginning (Tihomir Dičić, Fedor Jurić, Bogdan Đokić) and realised during the Days of Architecture.
Urbanium is a team of architects who deal with architecture from different perspectives – from the perspective of architectural practice, design production, education in higher education institutions, and who treat architecture as an activist practice. Dičić, Jurić and Đokić are graduate architects whose practice covers a wide range of activities, from work in architectural bureaus, through their exhibiting practice and participation in competitions, to publications, graphics and illustrations.