Marjetica Potrč is an artist and architect based in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Potrč’s practice includes drawing series, architectural case studies and on-site projects 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. She has exhibited her work extensively throughout Europe and the Americas. From 2011 to 2018, she was a professor of social practice at the University of Fine Arts/HFBK in Hamburg, where she taught the Design for the Living World class. Potrč is recipient of numerous grants and awards.