1 la Biennale di Venezia 14 th International Architecture Exhibition Statement by Paolo Baratta President of la Biennale di Venezia Ladies and Gentleman, I m delighted to present also this year the Venice Architecture Biennale in this Italian Cultural Institute. The event is made possible thanks to the warm hospitality of its Director, Mrs Caterina Cardona, to whom I'm very grateful. With Rem Koolhaas our aim is to create an exceptional, research-centered Architecture Biennale. It will be significantly innovative as Rem has conceived a project that involves the entire Biennale, which fully exploits its potential. Let s start with the pavilions, which are independently managed by the participating countries and whose presence is a unique prerogative of la Biennale di Venezia. In this edition, commissioners and curators were not simply informed of the theme assigned by our Director to his own Exhibition. Instead, a specific topic (Absorbing Modernity ) has been offered to all of them. This suggestion has been largely accepted and therefore the national pavilions are contributing and preparing a large part of the overall investigation, which together is entitled Fundamentals. And this is certainly one of the reasons why the number of participating countries has risen from 55 to 65, of which 11 are taking part for the first time: Azerbaijan, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Ivory Cost, Kenya, Morocco, Mozambique, New Zealand and Turkey. But this is by no means all. I must remind everyone that la Biennale embraces various disciplines beyond Art and Architecture (Dance, Music, Theatre, and Cinema), and here too Koolhaas didn t miss the opportunity. The Monditalia section of the Exhibition will also act as a container for activities pertaining to these different arts ensuring that they are not happenings alongside or overlapping with the Architecture Exhibition. Dance, Music, Theatre, and Cinema will be incorporated to epitomise the articulated and living contexts in which architecture may be conceived or imagined. The Directors of the Biennale Danza, Musica, Teatro, and Cinema have taken this input on board and will be developing much of their programme (Festival and College) within the Corderie in the Arsenale and within the Architecture Exhibition itself, with programmes to be announced in an upcoming conference. And there s more. This time the role taken on by our director differs greatly from arranging a stage for the works and ideas of the invited architects. The Exhibition is the result of research carried out under the guidance of the director and exhibited in alignment with his project. Some of the early Architecture editions offer precedents, but nothing on this level. The spirit of research has always been our concern. For this edition, however, la Biennale turns itself into research. And we are convinced of the importance represented by this development and the extraordinary opportunity offered by Rem.
2 But why do we feel the need for in-depth research instead of aiming towards a merely updated representation of what architecture is? Why is the need for investigation insistent in the world of art and now in the world of architecture? Last year, the Art Biennale was founded, to a more accentuated extent than usual, on its director s commitment to research. We said that la Biennale needed to confront and dialogue with some of the developments which are affecting contemporary art. Contemporary art has become more and more customary or habitual, heavily market-dictated and drowned in that unstoppable, all-pervasive spreading of images all around us, running the risk of drifting towards a conformist dilution and trivialization of the relationship between the viewer and the works, which might end up as indifference. In this context the 55 th International Art Exhibition curated by Massimiliano Gioni somehow strongly reiterated and documented the human need to create purpose-free images, backed by the urgency of personal obsessions and utopias. And Architecture? For years we have criticised the divide that is growing between architecture and civil society, made up of individuals and institutions that should express a demand for architecture. We have observed the dualism between excess and indifference and, here also, we have seen a risk of conformism, fostered by economy and technology. For architecture and for art, development should be guided by a mindful ability and a wilful capacity to express needs and desires. And here Koolhaas goes straight to the point. With great courage and ambition, after having traced the history of modernity over the past 100 years to the present, he identifies and presents the elements that should act as references for a regenerated relationship between us and architecture (Elements of Architecture). The specific goal for the Monditalia section of the Exhibition, at the Corderie, is to gather and illustrate significant dimensions of Italy by means of ad-hoc studies. The result aims to remind us of the complex Italian reality, which is paradigm of not just local but global complexities that must not be denied or concealed. By revealing these realities we are able to access references that are also able to inspire architecture. Debates, meetings and talks will enrich the Biennale Architettura for the whole duration of the Exhibition that, given the intensity and the scope of the project, we have extended to six months. As at past exhibitions, the Biennale Sessions project will involve universities and, more specifically, faculties of architecture around the world, and a broad educational system will primarily target the new generations. I would like to thank our partner Rolex, and all the other companies for their generous assistance and contribution. I would also like to thank all the international public institutions and many donors who have been so important in the creation of the 14 th International Architecture Exhibition. I warmly thank Rem along with all his collaborators, and the huge number of researchers working behind the scenes for this Exhibition. My thanks also go to the directors of the Biennale Danza, Musica, Teatro and Cinema: Virgilio Sieni, Ivan Fedele, Àlex Rigola, Alberto Barbera. Finally I would like to thank la Biennale organisation for its wonderful work in setting up this Exhibition.
3 la Biennale di Venezia 14 th International Architecture Exhibition Fundamentals Venice (Giardini and Arsenale), June 7 November 23, 2014 Preview: June 5 6 Venice, March 10, 2014 The 14 th International Architecture Exhibition, entitled Fundamentals, directed by Rem Koolhaas and organized by la Biennale di Venezia, chaired by Paolo Baratta, will be open to the public from June 7 through November 23, 2014, in the Giardini and the Arsenale. The preview will be held on June 5 and 6 and the award ceremony and inauguration will take place on June National Participations will be exhibiting in the historic pavilions of the Giardini, the Arsenale, and the city of Venice. Among these, 11 countries will be participating in the Exhibition for the first time: Azerbaijan, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, United Arab Emirates, Indonesia, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Morocco, Mozambique, New Zealand, and Turkey. This year the Italian Pavilion is based in the Arsenale and organized by the Italian Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities with PaBAAC (general direction for landscape, fine arts, architecture and contemporary art). It is curated by Cino Zucchi. The official Collateral Events of the 14 th International Architecture Exhibition will be presented by international institutions that will hold their exhibitions and initiatives in various locations in the city. With Rem Koolhaas, our aim is to create an exceptional, research-centred Architecture Biennale, Paolo Baratta states. It will be significantly innovative as Rem has conceived a project that involves the entire Biennale, which fully exploits its potential. "Let s start with the pavilions, which are independently managed by the participating countries and whose presence is a unique prerogative of la Biennale di Venezia. In this edition, commissioners and curators were not simply informed of the theme assigned by our Director to his own Exhibition. Instead, a specific topic (Absorbing Modernity ) has been offered to all of them. Baratta continues: la Biennale embraces various disciplines beyond Art and Architecture (Dance, Music, Theatre, and Cinema), and here too Koolhaas didn t miss the opportunity. In the Monditalia section of the Exhibition, Dance, Music, Theatre and Cinema will be incorporated to epitomise the articulated and living contexts in which architecture may be conceived or imagined. This time the role taken on by our director differs greatly from arranging a stage for the works and ideas of the invited architects. The Exhibition is the result of research carried out under the guidance of the director and exhibited in alignment with his project. And here Koolhaas goes straight to the point. With great courage and ambition, after having traced the history of modernity over the past 100 years to the present, he identifies and presents the elements that should act as references for a generated relationship between us and architecture (Elements of Architecture).
4 The specific goal for the Monditalia section of the Exhibition, at the Corderie, is to gather and illustrate significant dimensions of Italy by means of ad-hoc studies. The result aims to remind us of the complex Italian reality, which is paradigm of not just local but global complexities that must not be denied or concealed. By revealing these realities we are able to access references that are also able to inspire new architecture. Rem Koolhaas states: Fundamentals consists of three interlocking exhibitions Absorbing Modernity , Elements of Architecture and Monditalia that together illuminate the past, present and future of our discipline. After several architecture Biennales dedicated to the celebration of the contemporary, Fundamentals will look at histories, attempt to reconstruct how architecture finds itself in its current situation, and speculate on its future. Absorbing Modernity: is an invitation to the national pavilions to show, each in their own way, the process of the erasure of national characteristics in architecture in favor of the almost universal adoption of a single modern language and a single repertoire of typologies a more complex process than we typically recognize, involving significant encounters between cultures, technical inventions, and hidden ways of remaining national. Elements of Architecture, in the Central Pavilion, will pay close attention to the fundamentals of our buildings, used by any architect, anywhere, anytime: the floor, the wall, the ceiling, the roof, the door, the window, the façade, the balcony, the corridor, the fireplace, the toilet, the stair, the escalator, the elevator, the ramp Monditalia dedicates the Arsenale to a single theme Italy with exhibitions, events, and theatrical productions engaging architecture, politics, economics, religion, technology, industry. The other festivals of la Biennale di Venezia film, dance, theatre, and music will be mobilized to contribute to a comprehensive portrait of the host country. (See Rem Koolhaas's statement attached.) Biennale Sessions program for universities The Biennale Sessions project is taking place for the fifth consecutive year. After the extraordinary success of the previous editions, la Biennale offers for the 14 th edition the Biennale Sessions program directed at universities, fine arts academies, and research and educational institutions in the fields of architecture, visual arts and other associations. The goal of the Biennale Sessions is to encourage visits to the exhibition by groups of at least 50 students and teachers who will be assisted in the organization of their journey and stay. They will be able to organize seminars in a space made available to them free of charge by la Biennale. As of today, 47 international universities have already signed up for the Biennale Sessions. Meetings on Architecture This year the Meetings on Architecture, organized by la Biennale, will be enriched by the Weekend Specials program, conceived as an essential part of the section Monditalia: conferences, workshops, performances and debates will run during the six months of the Exhibition. The 3 rd International Conference Archives and Exhibitions will take place in October. Educational activities are addressed to individuals and groups of students from schools of all grades, universities and architecture schools, professionals, companies, experts, fans and families. The activities, conducted by selected staff trained by la Biennale di Venezia, are aimed at actively involving participants in both guided itineraries and workshop activities.
5 Catalogue, short guide, Elements of Architecture volume The official catalogue of the 14 th Exhibition (350 pages) is made up of the three sections of the 14 th Exhibition: Absorbing modernity , Elements of Architecture, Monditalia, and the Collateral Events. The catalogue is published in Italian and English. The short guide, in Italian and English, is an essential tool for visiting the Exhibition: it contains the short texts of the catalogue with useful information and maps. Catalogue and Guide are published by Marsilio Editori. Besides the catalogue there will be a volume of research: Elements of Architecture, dedicated to the fundamental elements of architecture and done in collaboration with a research team under Koolhaas s direction from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. The three volumes and the graphic identity of Fundamentals are designed by Irma Boom. The inauguration and awards ceremony of the 14 th International Architecture Exhibition will be held on Saturday, June 7, at the Giardini, with the conferral of the official awards assigned by the international Jury. The 14 th International Architecture Exhibition is carried out also thanks to Rolex, Partner of the event, Japan Tobacco International, Foscarini, and Vela-Hello Venezia. Thanks also to Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP. Our thanks to the Ministry of Culture, which at a challenging time for public finances is maintaining its decisive support, the local institutions that support la Biennale, the City of Venice and the Regione del Veneto. We extend our thanks to the authorities that are concerned with the buildings in which the Exhibition is held, and the Venice Soprintendenze. Thanks to Rem Koolhaas's team and the Biennale's staff for making the Exhibition possible. Thanks to the Directors of the Biennale Danza, Musica, Teatro and Cinema: Virgilio Sieni, Ivan Fedele, Àlex Rigola, Alberto Barbera. We would also like to thank our many donors, who have been essential in the realization of the 14 th Exhibition. IMAGES of the 14 th Exhibition can be downloaded from this link: Account: biennale2014 Password: architecture Contacts Architecture Press Office la Biennale di Venezia T FB: La Biennale di
6 Fundamentals Rem Koolhaas, curator of the 14 th International Architecture Exhibition Architecture, not architects... An umbrella theme for the national pavilions: from national to universal... The Arsenale as performance space... Fundamentals consists of three interlocking exhibitions Absorbing Modernity , Elements of Architecture, Monditalia that together illuminate the past, present and future of our discipline. After several architecture Biennales dedicated to the celebration of the contemporary, Fundamentals will look at histories, try to reconstruct how architecture finds itself in its current situation, and speculate on its future. Central Pavilion Elements of Architecture will pay close attention to the fundamentals of our buildings, used by any architect, anywhere, anytime: the floor, the wall, the ceiling, the roof, the door, the window, the façade, the balcony, the corridor, the fireplace, the toilet, the stair, the escalator, the elevator, the ramp Under near-microscopic attention, the apparently mundane elements of architecture are revealed as unstable compounds of cultural preferences, forgotten symbolism, technological advances, mutations spawned by intensifying global exchange, climatic considerations, fluctuating thresholds of comfort, mythical desires, political calculations, regulatory requirements, neoliberal economics, new digital regimes, and, somewhere in the mix, the ideas of the architect. Traditional architectural elements the ceiling and the window, but also even the façade now belong to advanced technological domains, yet the fundamental elements of architecture endure, albeit in sometimes radically different forms. By looking at the evolution of architectural elements shared by all cultures, the exhibition will expand the architectural discourse beyond its normal parameters, and include a broad public in an exploration of the familiar, the erased, and the visionary dimensions of architecture. National Pavilions Absorbing Modernity: In 1914, it made sense to talk about a Chinese architecture, a Swiss architecture, an Indian architecture One hundred years later, under the influence of wars, diverse political regimes, different states of development, national and international architectural movements, individual talents, friendships, random personal trajectories, and technological developments, architectures that were once specific and local have become seemingly interchangeable and global. Has national identity been sacrificed to modernity?
7 Participating countries will engage a single theme Absorbing Modernity: and will show, each in their own way, the process of the erasure of national characteristics in favor of the almost universal adoption of a single modern language and a single repertoire of typologies. But the transition to what seems like a universal architectural language is a more complex process than we typically recognize, involving significant encounters between cultures, technical inventions, and hidden ways of remaining national. In a time of ubiquitous google research and the flattening of cultural memory, it is crucial for the future of architecture to resurrect and expose these narratives. By telling the history of the last 100 years cumulatively, the exhibitions in the National Pavilions will generate a global overview of architecture s evolution into a single, modern aesthetic, and at the same time uncover within globalization the survival of unique national features and mentalities that continue to exist and flourish even as international collaboration and exchange intensify Arsenale Monditalia. The physical presence of the Arsenale is interpreted as an ideal set. Rather than a sequence of individual episodes that typically do not connect to form a single narrative, we propose to dedicate the Arsenale to a single theme Italy and to mobilize other festivals of la Biennale di Venezia Film, Dance, Music, Theatre to collectively represent a comprehensive portrait of the host country. In a moment of crucial political transformation, we decided to look at Italy as a fundamental country, completely unique but showing certain features particularly the coexistence of immense riches, creativity, competences, and potential combined with political turbulence that also make it a prototype of the current moment. Throughout the Corderie, exhibitions and a series of theatrical productions and events will unfold, engaging architecture, politics, economics, religion, technology, industry Each one could leave a physical trace in the form of sets, objects, written material, projections, or the extended presence of people. The Corderie would be imagined as a multidisciplinary work in progress, constantly evolving and on permanent display, with varying degrees of activity and varying scales of productions taking place in its different sections. Together, these episodes represent a scan of the entire country, represented by the Tabula Peutingeriana, a 5th Century map of Italy as the core of the Roman empire, that is still entirely relevant...
8 Rem Koolhaas would like to thank the following donors to the 14 th International Architecture Exhibition: Swarovski Foundation Akzo Nobel Nest V-A-C Foundation, Moscow The Blavatnik Family Foundation Faena Group Everlite Dottor Gallina s.r.l. Unifor Zumtobel Lighting Gmbh LIXIL Corporation Permasteelisa Oscar Properties Victor Lo Züblin Sobinco Drees & Sommer FSB Gira
9 Rem Koolhaas (Rotterdam 1944) Biographical notes Rem Koolhaas founded OMA in 1975 together with Elia and Zoe Zenghelis and Madelon Vriesendorp. Koolhaas worked as a journalist and screenwriter before beginning architecture, and writing has remained central to his architectural practice. At the same time as designing buildings around the world with OMA, Koolhaas works in non-architectural disciplines including politics, publishing, media, fashion, and sociology through his think tank and research unit, AMO. After studying at the Architectural Association in London, and at Cornell and the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies in the US, Koolhaas wrote Delirious New York (1978) and simultaneously began producing projects and proposals with OMA. In 1995, S,M,L,XL summarized the work of OMA in a 1,200-page book that redefined architectural publishing. As director of the Project on the City research program at Harvard University, Koolhaas produced the books The Harvard Guide to Shopping (2001), an analysis of the role of retail and consumption in society and architecture, and Great Leap Forward (2002), a study of China s Pearl River Delta; he also produced studies on Lagos, Roman architecture and communism. Recently completed OMA buildings include De Rotterdam, three interconnected towers on the river Maas; Shenzhen Stock Exchange; the G-Star headquarters in Amsterdam; the new headquarters for China Central Television (CCTV) a tower reinvented as a loop in Beijing; a new headquarters for Rothschild Bank in London; and Milstein Hall, an elevated slab that extends Cornell s college of Architecture, Art and Planning. OMA-designed buildings currently under construction include the Taipei Performing Arts Centre; three buildings in Doha, Qatar; the Bibliothèque Multimédia à Vocation Régionale, a four-story public library in Caen; and Bryghusprojektet in Copenhagen, a mixed-use project accommodating the new headquarters for the Danish Architecture Centre. In 1998, Koolhaas established AMO as a platform for using architectural thinking in non-architectural realms. Recent AMO projects include research into the countryside (globally) and the Russian hinterland; the design of catwalk shows for Prada and Miu Miu; Cronocaos, an exhibition on preservation, at the 2010 Venice Biennale; participation in the EU Reflection Group think tank, with the task of making proposals for Europe in 2020; Roadmap 2050, a masterplan for a Europe-wide renewable energy grid; and the development of an educational program for Strelka, a new architecture school in Moscow. AMO has also guest edited an issue of Wired magazine as well as consulting on the future of Conde Nast magazines; proposed a barcode EU flag; and developed a curatorial masterplan for the Hermitage museum, St. Petersburg. SELECTED BUILDINGS De Rotterdam, Rotterdam, 2013 CCTV Headquarters, Beijing, 2012 Rothschild Bank, London, 2012 Millstein Hall, Cornell, NY, 2010 Maggie s Center, Gartnavel, 2010 Wyly Theatre, Dallas, 2009 Prada Transformer, Seoul, 2009 Serpentine pavilion, London, 2006 Zeche Zollverein Museum and masterplan, Essen, 2006 Seoul National University Museum of Art, 2006 Casa da Música, Porto, 2005
10 Prada Epicenter, New York, 2001 Seattle Central Library, 2004 Netherlands Embassy, Berlin, 2003 IIT Campus Center, Chicago, 2003 Hermitage Guggenheim, Las Vegas, 2001 Maison à Bordeaux, 1998 Educatorium, Utrecht, 1997 Euralille Congrexpo + masterplan, 1994 Kunsthal, Rotterdam, 1992 Nexus World Housing, Fukuoka, 1991 Villa d allava, Paris, 1991 Netherlands Dance Theatre, The Hague, 1987 SELECTED BOOKS Project Japan: Metabolism Talks, Taschen, 2011 Al Manakh I and II, Archis, 2007 and 2010 Content, Taschen, 2003 Great Leap Forward, Taschen, 2002 Harvard Guide to Shopping, Taschen 2001 S,M,L,XL, Monacelli, 1995 Delirious New York, Oxford University Press, 1978 SELECTED EXHIBITIONS (Im)pure, (In)formal, (Un)built, L Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 2011 OMA/Progress, Barbican, London, 2010 Cronocaos, Venice Biennale, 2010 Dubai Next, Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, 2008 The Gulf, Venice Biennale, 2006 OMA in Beijing, MoMA, New York, 2006 Expansion and Neglect, Venice Biennale, 2005 Image of Europe: Vienna, Brussels, Munich, 2004 Content, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, 2003 Cities on the Move, Hayward Gallery, London, 1999 Less is More, Milan Triennale, 1986 Strada Novissima, Venice Biennale, 1980 TEACHING POSITIONS Strelka Institute, Moscow Professor in Practice of Architecture and Urban Design, Harvard University Architectural Association, London Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, New York SELECTED AWARDS Johannes Vermeer Prijs, 2013 Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement, Venice Biennale, 2010 RIBA Gold Medal, 2004 Praemium Imperiale, Japan, 2003 Membership Legion D Honneur, 2001 Pritzker Prize, 2000 Mies van der Rohe Award, 2005 EDUCATION Architectural Association, London, Cornell University,
11 Elements of Architecture Central Pavilion Contributors: Rem Koolhaas AMO Harvard Graduate School of Design Stephan Trueby Manfredo di Robilant Arup Tom Avermaete with TU Delft Claudi Cornaz Keller Easterling Università IUAV di Venezia MIT SENSEable Cities Lab Friedrich Mielke Institut für Scalalogie Claude Parent Alejandro Zaera Polo with Princeton Davide Rapp Shenzhen Hong Kong Biennale of Urbanism and Architecture Sobinco Wolfgang Tillmans Hans Werlemann
13 Monditalia Exhibition Contributors Exhibition contributors listed in order of location, following their geographical coordinates. Representing a scan that defines the exhibition geography in itself, the 41 projects will cross the Italian territory from South to North, and more extensively from Africa to the Alps and Europe. 1 DAAR (Alessandro Petti, Sandi Hilal, Eyal Weizman) Italian Ghosts N / E 2 Ana Dana Beroš Intermundia N / E 3 Giacomo Cantoni and Pietro Pagliaro Post-Frontier N / E 4 XML Ancient Greek Theatre of Siracusa N / E 5 Antonio Ottomanelli with IRA-C, Parasite2.0 The Third Island Ag N / E 6 Martino Stierli The Architecture of Hedonism Three Villas on the Isle of Capri N / E 7 Beatriz Preciado Pompeii, the Secret Museum and the Sexopolitical Foundations of the Modern European Metropolis N / E 8 Lucia Allais and MOS (Michael Meredith & Hilary Sample) Legible Pompeii N / E 9 William McLean and Niklas Maak Antonioni s Villa N / E 10 Luka Skansi The Remnants of the Miracle N / E 11 Ila Bêka & Louise Lemoine with an Interview to Stefano Boeri La Maddalena N / E 12 Ignacio G. Galán Horizontal Fictions N / E
14 13 Space Caviar (Joseph Grima, Tamar Shafrir, Martina Muzi, Giulia Finazzi, Simone Niquille, Andrea Bagnato with Alicia Ongay-Perez) 99 Dom-Ino N / E 14 Stefano Graziani A Minor History within the Memories of a National Heritage N / E 15 Teresa Cos All Roads Lead to Rome. Yes, But Where Exactly? N / E 16 startt Rome - San Giacomo Hospital. The Ghost Block of Giambattista Nolli N / E 17 Marco Fusinato, Felicity D Scott, Mark Wasiuta La fine del mondo N / E 18 Andrea Sarti and Claudia Faraone L Aquila s Post-Quake Landscapes ( ) N / E 19 Rem Koolhaas, AMO, Andrea Dall Asta, Joseph Grima, Marco Sammicheli, Giuliano Zanchi Assisi N / E 20 Bas Princen Room of Peace (Siena) N / E 21 Gabriele Mastrigli Superstudio. The Secret Life of the Continuous Monument N / E 22 Catharine Rossi Space Electronic: Then and Now N / E 23 Rem Koolhaas, AMO, Charlie Koolhaas, Manuel Orazi Biblioteca Laurenziana N / E 24 de Gayardon Bureau Dancing around Ghosts - Milano Marittima s panem et circenses N / E 25 Elena Pirazzoli, Roberto Zancan Urbs Oblivionalis. Urban Spaces and Terrorism in Italy N / E 26 Nicola Russi The Landscape Has No Rear N / E 27 Brendan Cormier & Fabrizio Gallanti Tortona Stories N / E
15 28 Matilde Cassani Sacred Spaces: Italian Mayor Cities vs the Countryside N / E 29 Behemoth (Amir Djalali, Hamed Khosravi, Francesco Marullo) The Architecture of Fulfilment: A Night with a Logistic Worker N / E 30 Ramak Fazel The Business of People N / E 31 Giovanna Silva Nightswimming: Discotheques in Italy from the 1960s until now N / E 32 l AUC (François Decoster, Djamel Klouche, Carolin Poulin), Cédric Libert, Thomas Raynaud 152 Mediterranea N / E 33 Léa-Catherine Szacka Effimero: or the Postmodern Italian Condition N / E 34 Beatriz Colomina, Ignacio González Galán, Anna-Maria Meister and Federica Vannucchi with Cristóbal Amunátegui and Alejandro Valdés Radical Pedagogies. Action-Reaction-Interaction N / E 35 Tommaso Bonaventura, Alessandro Imbriaco, Fabio Severo Immediate Surroundings. Residences of Italian Mafia Organizations N / E 36 José Esparza Chong Cuy and Andrés Jaque/Office for Political Innovation Sales Oddity. Milano 2 and the Politics of TV Urbanism N / E 37 Matteo Ghidoni Ground Floor Crisis N / E 38 Argot ou La Maison Mobile (Luca Astorri, Matteo Poli, Riccardo Balzarotti, Rossella Locatelli), Marco Biraghi Z! Zingonia, Mon Amour N / E 39 Marco Sammicheli, Andrea Dall Asta, Giuliano Zanchi Designing the Sacred N / E 40 Folder (Marco Ferrari, Elisa Pasqual) Italian Limes N / E 41 Armin Linke Alps N / E
17 Weekend Specials Contributors Weekend Specials contributors listed according to the Monditalia events calendar, from June 7 th till November 23 rd 1 Beatriz Colomina, Ignacio González Galán, Anna-Maria Meister and Federica Vannucchi with Cristóbal Amunátegui and Alejandro Valdés Radical Pedagogies. Action-Reaction-Interaction 2 Superscript (Vera Sacchetti, Molly Heintz, Avinash Rajagopal) Towards a New Avant-garde 3 Stephan Trüby European and Global Cultures / Perspectives on (Creative) Economy, Theatre & Architecture 4 Michael Schindhelm Friday in Venice A transmedial Story about Italy and Europe 5 Elena Pirazzoli, Roberto Zancan Urbs Oblivionalis. Urban Spaces and Terrorism in Italy 6 Spacelab (Luca Silenzi, Zoè Chantall Monterubbiano) State of Exception 7 Zero Notte Italiana 8 Arduino The Maker Gene 9 Anonymous Networked Politics 10 Manuel Orazi and Siri Nergaard Architecture in Translation. The Mediation of Social and Urban Spaces 11 Filippo De Pieri and Federico Zanfi Calling Home: Explorations on Domestic Change in Italy 12 ETICity (Sandra Annunziata, Mara Cossu, Claudia Faraone, Carlotta Fioretti, Claudia Meschiari, Viola Mordenti, Alice Sotgia) Lucid Schizophrenia 13 ASK Research Center Bocconi University (Stefano Baia Curioni, Marta Equi, Elena Rizzi, Roberto Scalmana) The State of the Art - Art Practices, Cultural Practices and Social Transformation
18 14 Matilde Cassani, Marco Sammicheli, Andrea Dall Asta, Giuliano Zanchi Sacred Weekend 15 Humboldt Books Peninsula Hotel 16 Nero Spaghetti Wasteland The Secret History of Italian Music from Morricone to Parco Lambro DAAR (Alessandro Petti, Sandi Hilal, Eyal Weizman) The Endless Decolonization of Libya
19 14 th International Architecture Exhibition Fundamentals Absorbing Modernity: National Participations Participants, Commissioners, Curators, Venues ALBANIA Potential Monuments of Unrealised Futures Edi Hila, Adrian Paci Commissioner: Ministry of Culture. Curator: Beyond Entropy (Jonida Turani, Stefano Rabolli Pansera). Venue: to be confirmed ARGENTINA IDEAL / REAL - IDEALE / REALE IDEAL / REAL Commissioner: Magdalena Faillace. Curators: Emilio Rivoira, Juan Fontana. Venue: Sale d Armi Nord, Arsenale ARMENIA, Republic of The Capital of Desires Grigor Aghababyan, Arsen Aharonyan, Razmik Alaverdyan, Ashot Alexanyan, Nikoghayos Buniatyan, Levon Cherkezyan, Feniks Darbinyan,Telman Gevorgyan, Mark Grigoryan, Sargis Gurzadyan, Hovhannes Hakobyan, Feliks Hakobyan, Koryun Hakobyan, Karo Halabyan, Ruben Hasratyan,Margarita Hayrapetyan, Vartan Husyan, Rafael Israelyan, Sashur Kalashyan,Van Khachatour, Spartak Khachikyan, Spartak Kntekhtsyan, Gevorg Kochar, Stepan Kyurkchyan, Hovhannes Margaryan, Mikael Mazmanyan, Zhanna Mesheryakova,Mkrtich Minasyan, Gurgen Musheghyan, Hrachik Poghosyan, Samvel Safaryan,Alexander Tamanyan, Artur Tarkhanyan, Jim Torosyan, Armen Zaryan Commissioner: Ministry of Culture. Curators: Ruben Arevshatyan, Georg Schöllhammer. Venue: Collegio Armeno Moorat Raphael, Ca Zenobio, Dorsoduro 2596 AUSTRALIA Augmented Australia felix._giles_anderson+goad Commissioner: Janet Holmes a Court AC. Curators: felix._giles_anderson+goad. AUSTRIA Plenum. Places of Power Auböck/Kárász, Coop Himmelb(l)au, Kollektiv/Rauschen, University of Technology Vienna Commissioner: Christian Kühn. Curators: Christian Kühn, Harald Trapp.
20 AZERBAIJAN, Republic of* METAMORPHOSIS Commissioner: Heydar Aliyev Foundation. Venue: Palazzo Lezze, Campo S. Stefano, San Marco 2949 BAHRAIN, Kingdom of Fundamentalists and Other Arab Modernisms Commissioner: Ministry of Culture - Sh. Mai Al Khalifa. Deputy Commissioner: Noura Al Sayeh. Curator: George Arbid, Bernard Khoury - Arab Center for Architecture Venue: Pavilion at the Arsenale BELGIUM Intérieurs, notes et figures Commissioners: Sébastien Martinez Bart, Bernard Dubois, Sarah Levy, Judith Wielander. BRAZIL BRAZIL: MODERNITY AS TRADITION Commissioner: Luis Terepins. Curator: André Corrêa Do Lago. CANADA Arctic Adaptations: Nunavut at 15 Jamesie Alivaktuk, Joshua Armstrong, Neil Aspinall, Michèle Aubé, Alain Barriault, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory, Caitlin Biggar, Tim Brown, Geoff Cox, Abraham Eetak, Alain Fournier, Jakob Gearheard, Igah Hainnu, Gwen Healey, Lauren Holmes, Caroline Inglis, Luke Irkok, Jaco Ishulutaq, Jupa Ishulutaq, Tyler Jones, Lucian Kabvitok, Jack Kobayashi, Anamarija Korolj, Billy Kuksuk, Leon Lai, Christine Lamothe, Sandy Maniapik, Greg Morgan, Leo Mukyungnik, Willie Mukyungnik, David Nibgoarsi, Thomas Nibgoarsi, Arnaud Paquin, Anders Peacock, Lew Philip, Gino Pin, Malaya Pitsiulak, Fatima Rehman, David Sewoee, Lola Sheppard, Matthew Spremulli, Simon Taylor, Anugakuluk Tikivik, Mason White, Antonio Zedda Commissioner: Barry Johns (Royal Architectural Institute of Canada). Deputy Commissioner: Sascha Hastings (Royal Architectural Institute of Canada). Curators: Lateral Office (Lola Sheppard, Matthew Spremulli, Mason White). Deputy Curators: Lateral Office (Miles Gertler, Suzy Harris-Brandts, Julia Smachylo). CHILE Monolith Controversies Commissioner: Cristóbal Molina (National Council of Culture and the Arts of Chile). Curators: Pedro Alonso, Hugo Palmarola. Venue: Pavilion at the Arsenale
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