Concepts of space are grounded in individual and collective experiences. Screening program VIDEO/ COLLAGE: Architecture gathers different artistic positions questioning the transformation of social cartography and detecting critical tools to explore spatial issues. Videos by international and Croatian artists question models of representations of a contemporary city (Vienna, Ankara, Zagreb, Sarajevo, Pristina...) - places where "geometric rationality and entanglements of human lives meet", where modernist utopias, dystopic futures and realities of transition coexist, where different spatial, ideological, cultural, social, economic phenomena meet. Concepts of representation of a city are based on different fragments - layers of immediate surroundings, everyday experiences and routines, parts of history and culture, all which is shaping processes of thinking and perception.
Selection of works ranges from film experiments and 60s anti-film neo avantgarde issues by Mihovil Pansini, a video essay in theory of modern architecture by Marko Lulic, to fallen socialist utopias in works by Damir Ocko and Rimas Sakalauskas to establishing critical relations in the framework of urban transformations, social and economic exchange taking place in cities filmed by Ferhat Ozgur, Nebojsa Seric Shoba and Alban Muja, concluding with video animations by Dario Solman and architect's collective Pula group.