Marjetica Potrč’s work at the Sydney Biennale speaks to BMCAN’s vision for establishing the Wild Mountain Collective as a blog for thoughtful reflection and host to multi-arts projects re-visioning the relationship between humans and the more than human world, inspired by the 65,000 year songline traditions of First Nations peoples and their deeply eco-spiritual knowledge systems
Marjetica Potrč is an artist and architect based in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Potrč’s practice includes drawing series, architectural case studies and public art projects. Her on-site projects are characterised by participatory design and a concern with sustainable solutions. These projects often centre around infrastructure and resources such as water and soil. Her work emphasises individual and community empowerment, problem-solving tools, and strategies for the future that transcend neoliberal agreement and testify to the failures of Modernism.