TOTALLY LOST 2015
The photographic and video exploration of the architecture of totalitarian regimes of the XX century in Europe
Organized by Spazi Indecisi and the Cultural Route “ATRIUM – Architecture of Totalitarian Regimes of the XX Century in Europe’s Urban Memory”
Michele Pancaldi, Comune di Forlì, firstname.lastname@example.org
Spazi Indecisi and the Cultural Route “ATRIUM – Architecture of Totalitarian Regimes of the XX Century in Europe’s Urban Memory” announce the second edition of Totally Lost: a European photo and video exploration aimed at discovering and mapping the architectural heritage of European Totalitarian Regimes of the XX Century in Europe, that lie today in abandonment.
Through the lenses of photographers, video-makers and urban explorers Totally Lost aims at showing how these places are not “totally lost”, as they represent fragments to be reconnected in a network of new meanings to give and new contents to generate. The purpose of this operation is not to forget the past, but to critically understand its heritage, reconsider it critically in the present time, and pass it on to the future.
The object of the 2015 edition of the call is to expand and enrich the online mapping that was created with the material received during the first edition, and to collect photos and videos that will be included in a public travelling exhibit.
In order to take part to Totally Lost upload your photos and videos by December 31st, 2015.