Numerous sheets of paper, each printed and valued according to the price of 1m2 in the real estate market in Amsterdam. Applied to the plan of the future de Appel building.
The Slovenian architect and visual artist Apolonija Sustersic lives and works in Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Amsterdam (the Netherlands) where she has her own art/architecture studio practice. She graduated in architecture at the University of Ljubljana (1992) and did a postgraduate study at the Rijksakademie voor Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam (1994-95). Sustersic is Professor of Visual Art and Head of the Department of Permanent Transformation at the Royal University College of Fine Arts in Stockholm, Sweden. In a series of projects she was engaged with social research and urban development in different European cities (2003). In her practice she explores the physical, psychological, social and political aspects of public space and architecture. Throughout her progressive installations, she changes the identity of spaces. Sustersic worked in collaboration with Meike Schalk on the project The Relational Museum in 2007. Recent works include: Sunset Cinema, Luxembourg (2007), Garden Service at Edinburgh International Festival (2007), Cinema/Studio, Hybrid Activity, Leidse Rijn, Utrecht (2004), Community Research Project, Ibid. Projects, London (2003), Urban Landscapes, with Egbert Haneke, Heimer & Partner Galerie, Berlin (2002). Her work was part of the exhibition Unlimited NL-3 in de Appel in 2000.