hidden meditation…

Still in the Arsenale of the Venice Architecture Biennale 2012…

Team Chicago: City Works

Curated by Alexander Eisenschmidt, five chicago-based firms collectively produce “Team Chicago: City Works“, it features a collective site model of urban plans by David Brown, Studio Gang Architects, Urbanlab and Stanley Tigerman to reactivate problematic areas or arising issues within their home city. the model is surrounded by a 30 meter long drawing composed entirely of visionary projects for the city by Alexander Eisenschmidt…

identity in diversity” in the Argentinian Pavilion at the Arsenale

The Filigree Maker” at the Kosovan Pavilion, Arsenale

CANCHA – Chilean Soilscapes” in the Chile Pavilion in the Arsenale. Cancha is a pre-hispanic Quechuan word that indicates a void that enables connections with our ground as well as among people…when i saw it some guy was meditating on one of the white stones…you can see his shoes if you look closely at my photo!

…not part of the Biennale, just some Arsenale graffiti i quite liked:

other posts on Venice Architecture Biennale 2012:

architecture biennale architecture

biennale and other priorities

spaces in between

islands of LA and other installations

tiny thai pavilions

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