29. 9. – 4. 10. 2023
Praha – CAMP Sat 02/10 17:30 Book tickets

How do we deal with the past through architecture? Constructions built during the past regimes are closely tied to many prejudices of contemporary society regardless of the quality of the architecture as such. Such an attitude has a significant influence on the future of a number of remarkable buildings being destroyed or insensitively reconstructed. How to protect and revitalise buildings from the 20th century?

The discussion (in Czech language) takes place after the screening of Where to with History?


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