17. Mostra Internazionale di Architettura – The Garden of Privatised Delights

Venezia - 20/05/2021 : 21/11/2021

Il progetto The Garden of Privatised Delights rappresenta il Regno Unito alla Biennale di Architettura 2021.

Informazioni

  • Luogo: GIARDINI DI CASTELLO - PADIGLIONE BRITANNICO
  • Indirizzo: Arsenale - Venezia - Veneto
  • Quando: dal 20/05/2021 - al 21/11/2021
  • Vernissage: 20/05/2021 ore 16
  • Generi: architettura
  • Orari: May 22 – July 31 Tue – Sun, 11am – 7pm Aug 1 – Nov 21, 10am – 6pm Il 21 maggio alle 15.30, il Padiglione dell'Estonia, insieme a Lettonia, Lituania, Finlandia, Regno Unito e Svizzera, terranno un evento online congiunto "Space me up: borderless living" introducendo le mostre del padiglioni nazionali. L'evento, che si terrà sulla piattaforma www.biennalepavilions.com, includerà video introduttivi e una tavola rotonda con i curatori Jiri Tintera (Estonia), Jan Boelen (Lituania), Philip Tidwell (Finlandia), Manijeh Verghese e Madeleine Kessler (United Kingdom), Elīna Lībiete (Lettonia) e Mounir Ayoub (Svizzera).

Comunicato stampa

reat Britain 2021
The Garden of Privatised Delights
Giardini, Giardini, Castello, 30122, Venice, Italy
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Title: The Garden of Privatised Delights
Commissioner: Sevra Davis, Director Architecture Design Fashion, British Council
Curators: Manijeh Verghese, Madeleine Kessler
Exhibitors: Unscene Architecture, The Decorators, Built Works, Studio Polpo, Public Works, vPPR

Drawing inspiration from Netherlandish artist Hieronymus Bosch’s triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, the exhibition invites visitors to engage in the debate around the privatisation of public space in Britain today; from the pub to the playground, common land to the garden square, the high street to facial recognition technology. Together, with five teams of architects, designers and researchers, the curators present “The Garden of Privatised Delights” at the British Pavilion to reimagine public space to be more inclusive and demonstrate the role that design and architecture can take in supporting a more inclusive future. Each room within the British Pavilion presents a new model for the future of public space through an immersive installation, designed to engage us in the debate.