Glass, Ultrasonic vaporizers, projection
As part of Re:orient – Migrating Architectures, Hungarian Pavilion of the 10. Venice Biennale of Architecture Venice, Italy
In collaboration with Anna Baróthy, Attila Bujdosó, Krisztián Kelner, Ida Kiss, Gergely Kovács, Melinda Matúz, Anita Pozna, Tamás Szakál
Main coordinator: Adam Somlai-Fischer
Curated by Attila Nemes
Re:orient – migrating architectures explores the local aspects of China’s global significance and increasing influence. The project seeks to forecast possibilities which are still only detectable in connection with retail, but which will, in all likelihood, determine the built environment, which transforms under the pressure of ever-cheaper products. The project follows up these ideas with the presentation of spaces, architectural devices and materials that create new contents, and indicate ways of turning these constraints of the market to our benefit, show how to infuse the mass products, which are designed to have a short life-span, with lasting cultural values.