Valentina Karga, born in Chalkidiki, Greece, is an artist and architect based in Berlin. After she got her masters in architecture from the University of Thessaly, she has been a fellow at the Graduate school, University of the Arts Berlin (UdK). Valentina’s projects encourage engagement and participation, facilitate practices of commoning and are concerned with sustainability.
An architect and professor of architecture at the University of Thessaly, his work centres around social aspects and social critique. He was strongly influenced in his quest for new forms of urban cohabitation by Antonio Negri and his concept of “singularities”. City residents are singularities that must live in shared spaces, which includes the soil (crops). “Plethodome” is a new building model for plethos (multitude) in a city in crisis like Athens.