Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Today's archidose #458

Here are two views of the "Cloudscapes" installation at the Venice Biennale by Tetsuo Kondo and Transsolar, 2010.

'cloudscapes', transsolar + tetsuo kondo architects, Bienal de Veneza 2010
[Photograph by Pedro Kok]

Bienal Venecia 001
[Photograph by imagen solo referencial / chilemascophe]

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1 comment:

  1. This is a rather late derivative of the American Pavilion in Expo Osaka circa 1970. There the public was entering the whole pavilion as if it was situated "in the clouds" through a special cloud-making apparatus. Regardless of ideological bend of the Art&Technology moment, it made sense there in regards to the new utopian emphasis on technology. A few decades later, this just seems arty formalist special effects. A good statement for the lack of any role for all those "biennials" today.


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