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Unmediated Democracy demands Unmediated Space
Uncategorized Croatian Pavilion 2012
Unmediated Democracy demands Unmediated Space
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This year’s Croatian pavilion at the 13th International Venice Architecture Exhibition presents different struggles currently taking place in various Croatian cities. The exhibition, Unmediated Democracy demands Unmediated Space, interprets the topic of common ground by directly asking the protagonists of those collective conflicts how they imagine a common future across and beyond market or state, private or public mediation.

http://www.archdaily.com/267397/venice-biennale-2012-croatian-pavilion/

Culture under Construction: The Collectivity of Cultural Space
Uncategorized Mexican Pavilion 2012
Culture Under Construction | The Collectivity of Cultural Space


One of the main idea’s behind the 2012 Venice Biennale’s “Common Ground” theme, as stated by director David Chipperfield, is “to reinforce our understanding of architectural culture, and to emphasize the philosophical and practical continuities that define it”. With the exhibition “Culture Under Construction | The Collectivity of Cultural Space”, Mexico aims to develop an understanding of the distinct contribution that architecture can make to define the collectivity of cultural spaces while strengthening the connection between existing buildings and emerging architecture.

http://www.archdaily.com/264215/venice-biennale-2012-mexico-pavilion-restores-venetian-church/

io, tu, lui, lei – una mostra eterosessuale
Uncategorized Io, tu, lei, lui 2012
06-15 April 2012
www.bevilacqualamasa.it/iotuluilei

Io, tu, lui, lei, nelle sale della Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa mette in mostra il racconto di un incontro straordinario: quello tra una decina di gay e lesbiche veneziani nati tra gli anni ’30 e ’40; sei giovani artisti italiani hanno avuto il compito di tradurne in opera i ricordi di ieri, ma anche i desideri, le tenerezze, le difficoltà e i pensieri sul mondo d’oggi. Con questa mostra la Fondazione prosegue la sua ricognizione sull’identità di Venezia e sui suoi aspetti meno prevedibili. In quella che tutti considerano “la città dell’amore”, l’amore si presenta con tutte le sue sfumature e la sua carica di libertà.

http://www.bevilacqualamasa.it/iotuluilei