L'Olanda presenta la mostra Re-set di Inside Outside / Petra Blaisse.
Re-set, new wings for architecture
Inside Outside designs the Dutch submission for the International Architecture Biennale in Venice
The thirteenth edition of the International Architecture Biennale in Venice will open August 29, 2012. The Netherlands Architecture
Institute invited Inside Outside to design the Dutch submission.
With the exhibition Re-Set Inside Outside responds to the vacant architecture in the Netherlands, showing how the
experience of space itself can be changed by relatively simple interventions. One single mobile object occupies the space of the
Dutch Pavilion (a building by Gerrit Rietveld, 1954) for three months and emphasises the building’s unique qualities
installation, two curtains of 16 meter each, move through space, taking diff erent positions and constantly changing the
architecture. In addition the semi-transparent windows of the pavilion are replaced with clear pespex glass making it possible for
natural daylight to enter the space. Every fi ve minutes the experience of space in the pavilion will be completely diff erent.
Exhibition: August 29 - November 25, 2012.
Location: Dutch Pavilion in the Giardini di Castello, Venice, Italy.
Design: Inside Outside - Petra Blaisse with Marieke van den Heuvel, Peter Niessen, Laura van Santen and Rabia Zuberi.
Curator: Ole Bouman, Director of the NAI
For further information please visit: www.nai.nl, www.labiennale.org
“Movements 25% - Introduction to a Working Process”
The design for the International Architecture Biennale motivated Inside Outside to organize the reprint of
“ Movements 25% - Introduction to a Working Process”
This beautiful little book was fi rst published in 2000 as catalogue for the Inside Outside exhibition at Storefront for Art and
Architecture in New York. The book is designed by Irma Boom and the re-print contains a dvd about the work of Inside Outside.
(Published by Architectura & Natura, ISBN 978946140024, € 49,50).
The book and dvd will be presented during the opening of the Biennale on August 28 and will be sold by Architectura & Natura at
the Dutch Pavillion from August 27 - 29. More information about will follow soon