The endowed professorship for Visionary Forms of Cities (“City Culture and Open Space“) financed by the City of Vienna, was installed in 2015 within the study programs of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. It has the objective to artistically, radically and poetically bring forward the debate on city and architecture. The teaching and research beholden with the endowed professorship focuses on the formulation of radical and visionary concepts regarding urban space. A further goal is to intensify the exchange of ideas and knowledge transfer between the city of Vienna and the Institute for Art and Architecture.
Sandra Bartoli is appointed for the Endowed Professorship for Visionary Forms of Cities for the study year 2017/2018.
Sandra Bartoli is
a cofounder, with Silvan Linden, of the Büros für Konstruktivismus in Berlin. As a practice of architecture and research, an attention for high resolution and raw context, both found and constructed, is exercised. An example is the ongoing publishing series Architektur in Gebrauch (Architecture in use), started by the office in 2014, in which “use” is explored as an aesthetic category that informs the development and transformation of space and the city.
Bartoli’s research focuses on sites of the entanglement of nature and city, such as the Tiergarten in Berlin, a transgressive example of place which leads to new definitions and models of what is “urban” under the challenge of the Anthropocene. Her book Tiergarten: Landscape of Transgression, co-edited with Jörg Stollmann after the international symposium of the same title, also conceived and organized by Bartoli at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin in 2015, will be released at the end of 2017 with Park Books.
In 2017, Bartoli with Marco Clausen, Silvan Linden, Åsa Sonjasdotter and Florian Wüst were granted funding from the ngbk, Berlin for the research and exhibition project Archaeologies of Sustainability—Leberecht Migge and the Sun-Island, which will be realized in 2019. Bartoli is the author of the book Tiergarten (60 pages, 2014) and co-author of the book La Zona – Index (ngbk, 2012), published after the same-titled cocurated exhibition at the ngbk in 2012. She is the copublisher of Die Planung / A Terv (2007), a magazine dated in the future (funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation and the Secretariat for Future Studies, Bonn).
From 2015 to 2017 she was Visiting Professor at the Master’s Program of Architecture & Urban Studies at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Nuremberg and from 2009 to 2015, she was Research Associate at the Department of Urban Design at the Technical University of Berlin.
00) Sandra Bartoli, Foto: Claudia Rohrauer
01) Galerie Carlier Gebauer, Markgrafenstrasse Berlin, Umbau einer Gewerbefläche zu einer Kunstgalerie, 2008 (Foto: Martin Eberle)
02) Atelierhaus Am Flutgraben, Berlin, Umbau und Energetische Sanierung mit Mitteln der Lotto-Stiftung Berlin, in Realisierung
03) Arysallee Berlin, Umbau eines Hühnerhauses zum Künstleratelier, 2016 (Fotos: Martin Eberle)
04) „Paint, Also Known as Blood,“ Museum of Modern Art Warsaw, Kuratorin Natalia Sielewicz, Ausstellungsarchitektur, 2019
05) 10. Berlin-Biennale, KW Institute for Contemporary Art Berlin, Kuratorin Gabi Ngcobo mit Nomaduma Rosa Masilela, Serubiri Moses, Thiago de Paula Souza und Yvette Mutumba, Ausstellungsarchitektur, 2018 (Fotos: Tobias Fink; Martin Eberle)
06) 10. Berlin-Biennale, Akademie der Künste in Hansaviertel Berlin, Kuratorin Gabi Ngcobo mit Nomaduma Rosa Masilela, Serubiri Moses, Thiago de Paula Souza und Yvette Mutumba, Ausstellungsarchitektur, 2018 (Foto: Martin Eberle)
07) „Tiergarten, Landscape of Transgression“ Hrsg.: Sandra Bartoli, Jörg Stollmann (Park Books, 2019)
08) „Licht Luft Scheisse – Archaeologies of Sustainability“ Hrsg.: Sandra Bartoli, Silvan Linden, Florian Wüst (adocs, 2020)