… from Warsaw (Poland) by Marcin Koltunski
The Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI) seems to be interested in showing the K67-project within the upcoming exhibition “Collage Europa” in October.
Magnus Bartas and the Biennial of Visual Arts of Pancevo (near Belgrade) invite me for a lecture about “K67 – The Kiosk Shots”.
Ilka and Andreas Ruby write an essay for the SIXPACK exhibition (young slovenian architects), in which they talk also about the significance of K67 for Slovenia and in which they refer to “K67 – The Kiosk Shots”.
Joost tells about the project on the EASA website (The European Architecture Student Assembly).
The Italian section of the Architects Council of Europe (ACE/CAE) reports about “K67 – The Kiosk Shots” in their newsletter
… from Ðurdevac and Zagreb (Croatia) by Assen Ivanov
Opening of the exhibition “Next Stop, Kiosk” from the slovenian artist Marjetica Potrc, Moderna galerija / Museum of Modern Art Ljubljana, 29 October – 30 November 2003
… from Wrozlaw (Poland) by Tim Zümendorf
… from Minsk (Belarussia) by Jeroen van Nieuwenhuizen
The spanish web directory Lnkscape.org adds the K67-project to the catogory “architecture”.
… of the K67 website.
… of the website.
Sophia tells me about two exihibitions in East Germany, one about eastern fastfood stands in (Domäne Dahlem / Berlin, „Imbissbuden – Essen ohne Grenzen“) , the other about GDR busstops (Verkehrsmuseum Dresden “Magic Bus”)
Sasa Maechtig answers my email and sends me some nice photos of the K67. The K67 unit has appearently such a big success that has even reached countries like New Zealand and Japan. A slovenian artist called Marjetica Potrc will use K67 units for their exhibition in the Museum of […]
A friend from Dresden tells us that quite some K-67-booths in Germany have to suffer from vandalism.