Tihomir Viderman

   

Tihomir Viderman, Project Assistant

Graduate Engineer (Dipl Ing) Architecture
MSc European Urban Studies

Planner and researcher. For a number of years, he has been engaged in interdisciplinary research and teaching focusing on culturally inclusive and locally embedded approaches to working with lived urban space. He is particularly interested in how the expression of cultural difference is modulated by professionals in lived urban space.

Doctoral Candidate and Project Assistant
Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space – SKuOR
Department for Spatial Planning
Faculty of Architecture and Planning
Vienna University of Technology

Contact

Email. tihomir.viderman@skuor.tuwien.ac.at

Curriculum vitae Tihomir Viderman

born in Zagreb, Croatia

Professional Career and Education

since 2018
Research Assistant at the Chair for City Management, Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus DE

since 2017 (with breaks)
Project Assistant at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space SKuOR, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien, AT

since 2012
Doctoral candidate at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space SKuOR, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien, AT

2012 – 2016
University assistant and PhD candidate at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space SKuOR, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien, AT

2008 – 2011
European Urban Studies (MSc.) at the Bauhaus University Weimar, DE
[Scholarship from the Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD)]

2009
Internship as a spatial planner researcher on the “REFINA” project at the German Institute of Urban Affairs / Deutsches Institut für Urbanistik (DIfU) Berlin, DE

2006 – 2008
Spatial/town planner at “Urbanistica”, office for urban planning, Zagreb, HR

2004 – 2006
Spatial/town planner at the Croatian Institute for urban planning, Zagreb, HR

1998 – 2004
Graduate studies at Faculty of Architecture (Dipl Ing Arch) the University of Zagreb, HR

Publications

Viderman, T. and Knierbein, S. (2018) Reconnecting public space and housing research through affective practice. Journal of Urban Design 23(6): 843-858. 

Viderman, T. and Knierbein, S., eds. (2018) Urban Morphology. A relational-material approach. Vienna: Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien, ISBN 978-3-902707-45-1.

Knierbein, S. and Viderman, T., eds. (2018) Public Space Unbound. Urban emancipation and the post-political condition. New York/London: Routledge.

Viderman, T. and Knierbein, S. (2018) Public Space Unbound: Emancipatory Praxis and Lived Space. In S. Knierbein and T. Viderman (eds) Public Space Unbound. Urban Emancipation and the Post-Political Condition. New York: Routledge, pp. 269-280.

Knierbein, S. and Viderman, T. (2018) Space, Emancipation and Post-Political Urbanization. In S. Knierbein and T. Viderman (eds) Public Space Unbound. Urban Emancipation and the Post-Political Condition. New York: Routledge, pp. 3-19.

Viderman, T. (2016) Imagining a lived street. A reflection on the project-based course “Turnins a street upside down”. In S. Knierbein, E. Kränzle and N. Roskamm (eds.) Urban culture, public space and the past: Welfare farewell? Vienna: Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien, pp. 51-54, ISBN 978-3-902707-20-8.

Knierbein, S. and Viderman, T., eds. (2016) Urban culture, public space and ways of life: Everyday life and insights. Vienna: Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien, ISBN 978-3-902707-19-2.

Hofstätter, J., Kranzer, J. and Viderman, T. (2015) A gaming layer entwined into the everyday life of public spaces. In C. Tornaghi, and S. Knierbein [eds.] Public space and relational perspectives: New challenges for Architecture and Planning. London: Routledge, pp. 88-103.

Knierbein, S., Hou, J. and Viderman, T., eds. (2015): My Place – Their Place – Our Place. Urban Culture, public space and knowledge. Education and difference. Vienna: MA21. City of Vienna, ISBN 978-3-903003-01-9.

Knierbein, S., Krasny, E. and Viderman, T., eds. (2015): Concepts and critique of the production of space. Urbanismo Afectivo (Affective Urbanism). Vienna: Interdisciplinary Centre for Urban Culture and Public Space, Faculty of Architecture and Planning, TU Wien, ISBN 978-3-902707-18-5.

Viderman, T., Aigner, J. and Rosa, P. (2014) Dimensiones simbólicas de las prácticas de intercambio en mercados de Buenos Aires y Viena. Gestion Y Ambiente 17(1): 39-57.

Viderman, T. (2014) REFINA – An Integrated and Multilevel Approach to Dealing with Land Consumption? European Planning Studies 23(3): 550-567.

Knierbein, S. und Viderman, T. (2013) Symbolische Einschreibungen als sozialer Text: Reflexionen zur Umgestaltung des Schwedenplatzes. In Stadt Wien, Magistratsabteilung 18 und Magistratsabteilung 19 [Publisher] Der Schwedenplatz, Annäherungen [Werkstattbericht Nr 132], pp. 46-48.

Viderman, T. (2010) B BELFAST, be BERLIN, but I amSTERDAM! Promoting cities’ distinctiveness. In S. Knierbein, A. Rieger-Jandl and I. Banerjee [eds.] Information. Communication. Attention! Exploratory urban research beyond city branding. Vienna: IVA Verlag, pp. 110-130.

 

Lectures, Conference Papers and Teaching Stays

Viderman, T. (2019) On affective pedagogy for studying urban form. AESOP Annual Congress Venice, IT, 9-13 July.

Weidner, S. and Viderman, T. (2019) What kind of planning for post-growth transformation? Insights from Lusatia, Germany. AESOP Annual Congress Venice, IT, 9-13 July.

2019 AESOP Annual Congress. Roundtable Emerging perspectives on urban morphologies (EPUM). Moderation with Ilaria Geddes and Sabine Knierbein.

2019 AESOP Annual Congress. Roundtable Critical pedagogy in contemporary planning and design education. Invited participation.

2019 AESOP Annual Congress. Roundtable Leipzig Charter 2.0 – Challanges and relevant topics. Invited participation.

2019 Stadtmacher Kurs at the City Institute Lviv, 13-16 June 2019, Lviv UA [speaker/ mentor]

Viderman, T. and Berc, D. (2019) What meaning for modernity? Politics of the socialist heritage in Croatia. International Conference on Cities and Change – Three Decades of Post-Socialist Transition, Darmstadt, 17-18 May.

Emerging perspectives on urban morphology, intensive workshop. 3-13 September 2018, Porto, PT. [speaker/ mentor].

Gabauer, A., Knierbein, S., Lehner, J. and Viderman, T. (2018) Mapping urban morphologies of (in)justice. Paper presentation at PSUC International Conference on “The Urbanization of (In)Justice”. Nicosia, Cyprus, 17 May. Session Chair: Prof. Dr. Mustafa Dikec.

International conference Unsettled: Urban routines, temporalities and constestations 29-31 March 2017, Wien, AT. [member of the organizing team and research committee].

2016 Erasmus Teaching Assignment at Αριστοτέλειο Πανεπιστήμιο της Θεσσαλονίκης – Aristotle-University Thessaloniki, Greece [9.10-14.10.2016]

Viderman, T. (2015) Utopian social imaginary after Red Vienna? Spatial practices of critical urban actors in Vienna’s social democracy. AESOP Annual Congress, Prague, CZ, 13 – 16 July.

2014 Spaces Conference Vienna. Invited panelist at Panel 1 Public art and activism in Eastern Central Europe – thoughts on artivism [30.10- 31.10.2014].

2014 Erasmus Teaching Assignment at Laboratoire Architecture Anthropologie des Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris la Villette, France. Participatory action research: locally-embedded learning aiming towards meaningful change. [22 – 26 October 2014].

2014 Networking Event of AESOP Thematic Group for Public Spaces and Urban Cultures “Becoming Local Vienna”, Austria [29 August 2014] Organisation of the event and lecture (with S. Knierbein).

2013 European Forum Alpbach, Austria, Built Environment Symposium, Panel “Space Lab City: The Use of Public Space” [30 August 2013]. Production of meaning as a strategic endeavour for stirring the production of public spaces [invited lecture].