Srdjan Jovanović Weiss is an architect and activist completing his PhD research on the Architecture of Balkanization at the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths. Weiss is founder of Normal Architecture Office (NAO), co-founder of School of Missing Studies and academically he is Visiting Professor in Architecture at Cornell University. Weiss has a Masters degree from Harvard University where he was studying with Rem Koolhaas, Jacques Herzog and Richard Gluckman. His activist work on preserving public spaces in transition from the Socialist era is best known through designs and activism for Handball Stadium located in the city of Novi Sad. His books: Almost Architecture explore architecture vis-à-vis emerging democratic processes and Lost Highway Expedition Photobook witness to rapid urbanization of Europe’s South East.