Being in a Bi­en­na­le – In­ter­view #08: Ga­bri­el Koz­low­ki

Im brasilianischen Pavillon zeigen die Kuratoren die materiellen und immateriellen Grenzen auf, die das Land prägen – sie erforschten, wie man sie herausfordern und überschreiten kann.

Publikationsdatum
29-08-2018
Revision
20-09-2018

WALLS OF AIR
Brasilianischer Pavillon – Architekturbiennale Venedig 2018 – Giardini

Kuratoren: Gabriel KozlowskiLaura González FierroMarcelo Maia Rosa and Sol Camacho
Präsentationstext auf der Biennale-Website:

Muros de Ar Walls of Air explores the ways in which to read, challenge and transgress the material and immaterial boundaries of Brazil and its architecture. It embraces the proposal Freespace as a provocation both to question the different forms of walls that build, at multiple scales, the Brazilian territory and to rethink architecture’s own disciplinary boundaries and its relation to other fields of knowledge. The curators convened a multidisciplinary committee and invited a group of consultants to participate in the creation of the exhibition. Renowned independent professionals from all over the country together with academic research groups exchanged ideas with the curatorial team to generate the large-format cartographic drawings displayed in the pavilion. Walls of Air detailed line drawings make visible the forms of spatial and conceptual separations that have resulted from Brazil’s urbanisation processes. In addition to the 10 large cartographies, the pavilion presents, in its introductory room, drawings and models of 17 projects from 9 Brazilian cities. The selected projects, by both renowned and younger local architects, reflect the possibility of conceiving architecture as a means to re-conceptualise the barriers within our cities.

Video-Interviews «Being in a Biennale»
 

Interview #1: Peter Zumthor
Interview #2: Angela Deuber
Interview #3: Kieran Long
Interview #4: Julien Choppin
Interview #5: Charles Pictet
Interview #6: Léone Drapeaud & Johnny Leya – TRAUMNOVELLE
Interview #7: Rahul Mehrotra
Interview #8: Gabriel Kozlowski​
Interview #9: Xristina Argyros & Ryan Neiheiser
Interview #10: Marina Otero Verzier
Interview #11: Elisabeth & Martin Boesch
Interview #12: Frédéric Bonnet
Interview #13: Jacques Lucan
Interview #14: Momoyo Kaijima & Laurent Stalder
 

Weitere Artikel zur 16. Architekturbiennale Venedig finden Sie hier.

Verwandte Beiträge