Curator/EXHIBITOR Maksut Vezgishi, Pavilion Of The Republic Of Kosovo. Earth is Home / The role of urbanization is to create sustainable environments that bond humans with Nature and it is part of planetary biodiversity. Hence, this is the noblest mission of architecture. Global urbanization is in expansion: population growth, constructions of megastructures (housing, economy, communications, etc.). The process involves countries and societies where every decision—making has a global impact, thus lack of sustainable planning places Earth at risk. The most acute issue is the global warming crisis. We lack the awareness and coordinated actions in order to avoid the effects of climate disaster. Today we learned that no human action can be viewed as an individual anymore.

We are in a condition of ‘Quantum Entanglement’

…Quantum entanglement is a physical phenomenon that occurs when a group of particles is generated, interact, or share spatial proximity in a way such that the quantum state of each particle of the group cannot be described independently of the state of the others, including when the particles are separated by a large distance. On the same principle of the physical phenomenon, “Camera Obscura” works and records, that is; collects, intertwines and divides light. A plant is made of sunlight, time, space, earth and minerals and if we return any of these elements to its source, then there will be no plant. So are the microscopic shapes I have captured; if you look closely, you discover many things: my traces, colors, stories, images and strange shapes. Therefore these photographs becoming “one” with nature can have much greater cultural and ecological implications than the physicality of the forms themselves. Moreover, they are a practice and process of larger entities that arise through interactions between smaller or simpler entities and where the whole is more than the sum of its components. We are first individuals, but we also exist in a larger social organization without which we can not live, and only now are we beginning to realize that this “we” includes many other organisms and societies in our biosphere and even in ourselves. As individuals, we are a biome, an ecosystem, more or less like a forest or a swamp. Our body holds within itself all kinds of possible collaborations. Even at the broadest level, vital organizations ranging from bacterial colonies to human societies often display a collective intelligence based on cooperation and interaction with one another..