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OFF FENCE: an installation at the 17th Venice Biennale

15-06-2021

OFF FENCE: an installation at the 17th Venice Biennale

Sculptor Matěj Hájek and architect Tereza Kučerová were invited as the sole representatives of the Czech Republic to the 17th International Architecture Exhibition - La Biennale di Venezia, curated by Hashim Sarkis. In the ‘How will we play together?’ section, in the freely accessible Forte Marghera, they are presenting OFF FENCE, an installation which investigates the theme of the fence or, more broadly, of separation.

Land.Milk.Honey. The Israeli Pavilion at the 17th Architecture Biennale

08-06-2021

Land.Milk.Honey. The Israeli Pavilion at the 17th Architecture Biennale

What happens when coexistence relies on managing to transform a biblical promise into reality? This question is answered in the Israeli Pavilion, which shows with extreme lucidity and clarity how ideology - translated into colonialism, settlement, urbanisation, infrastructure and mechanised agriculture - has radically reshaped the environment of Palestine-Israel, and consequently also the relationship between the two peoples.

Philippe Sarfati presents Territories, or: how will we live together with architecture

04-06-2021

Philippe Sarfati presents Territories, or: how will we live together with architecture

French architect and photographer Philippe Sarfati has presented his book Territories in the Italian Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition at Biennale di Venezia. In the context of an event in the pavilion curated by Alessandro Melis, Sarfati shows how the photographic representation of architecture influences its reception and, consequently, its resilience.

Othernity, Hungary at the 17th Architecture Biennale

02-06-2021

Othernity, Hungary at the 17th Architecture Biennale

Othernity, the Hungarian exhibition at the 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale, provides thought-provoking answers to an important question: what lessons can be learnt from the legacy of architectural modernism left behind in Central and Eastern Europe? The answers offered by the 12 emerging studios invited to participate in the initiative are presented in a captivating way, while at the same time providing interesting inputs for other geographical contexts.

Ego to Eco, an installation by Studio EFFEKT at Biennale di Venezia

28-05-2021

Ego to Eco, an installation by Studio EFFEKT at Biennale di Venezia

In the Corderie dell’Arsenale is an installation entitled “Ego to Eco” by Danish architectural practice EFFEKT. It takes the form of a physical representation of a natural ecoysystem populated by seven research and design projects conceived by EFFEKT over the past few years offering potential solutions to today’s challenges, including the question “How will we live together?” posed by the 17th International Architecture Exhibition at Biennale di Venezia.

Trouble in Paradise, the Polish Pavilion at the 17th Architecture Biennale

27-05-2021

Trouble in Paradise, the Polish Pavilion at the 17th Architecture Biennale

The PROLOG +1 collective designed the Polish Pavilion for the 17th International Architecture Exhibition at Biennale di Venezia, addressing the question “How will we live together?” in terms of the Polish countryside, unfamiliar to most even though it covers 93% of the country.

17th International Architecture Exhibition, How will we live together? inaugurated at Biennale di Venezia

26-05-2021

17th International Architecture Exhibition, How will we live together? inaugurated at Biennale di Venezia

May 22 marks the official opening to the public of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition at Biennale di Venezia. Speaking during the press conference held at Teatro Piccolo Arsenale, finally in person, president Roberto Cicutto focused on the figures for participation in the 2021 edition and the great collective effort that made it all possible. The curator, architect Hashim Sarkis, spoke of the issues addressed by the international exhibition and the need for a new spatial contract offering possible new ways of living together.

How will we live together? First impressions from the 17th Architecture Biennale

25-05-2021

How will we live together? First impressions from the 17th Architecture Biennale

On Saturday 22 May, the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale, curated by Hashim Sarkis, opened a year late. The curator's question "How will we live together" was answered in many different ways, with much research into the past and present but limited visions of the future.

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