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Join UCL Here East's latest Constructing Realities lecture series. In this edition, architect and artist Apolonija Šušteršič and artist Ilona Németh present their approaches to the critical analysis of space.

Apolonija Šušteršič and Ilona Németh will discuss the interventions they produce in response to this, suggesting new possibilities of how to exist within these environments.

Apolonija Šušteršič is an architect and visual artist. Her work is related to the critical analysis of space, usually focused at the processes and relationships between institutions, cultural politics, urban planning and architecture. Her practice is embedded within interdisciplinary discourse and includes collaborations with other professionals such as architects, urban planners, curators, sociologists, and members of the public. 

Ilona Németh is an artist, professor, organiser and curator based in Slovakia. Her artistic practice is a search for the balance between personal experience of growing up in a country marked by plenty of political turmoil and the universal history of the Eastern Bloc countries during the transition period from 1990 until now. She was professor, head of the Studio IN, leading International education programme Open Studio at the Department of Intermedia at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava between 2014-2019. Ilona's solo project Eastern Sugar was recently presented at Kunsthalle Bratislava. She exhibited widely both locally and internationally and represented Slovakia (together with J. Suruvka) at the 49th Venice Biennale in 2001.

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