Studio CS presents an important point in the city centre, which is to be used for presenting programmes, projects, and stands as a performative venue. It is used as place for chamber projects, exhibitions, installations, and presentations.
In the spirit of our Studio CS concept, we are addressing human (citizen's or visitor's) perception which is nowadays usually not addressed. We are aiming at raising a specific issue about self-evidence of urbanism and architecture, about the building itself and its detail, the functionality and expectation, and thus offer a different environment which require different focus and at the same time different, new, fresh, and more concentrated perception. We also want to appeal to human
(citizen's or visitor's) steady-stated watching or observing by placing it into new perspectives, pointing out at moments which otherwise go by. We also want to draw attention to the fact that the city is always some kind of an infinitely complex totality of various of impulsions, activities, intentions, infinitely intertwined and correlated entity (which always has a certain history). In this manner, this is a brand new venue which has already been revived.
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