«No-Stop City» (1969) is an ironic critique of the ideology of architectural modernism taking onto its absurd limits: «The real revolution in radical architecture is the revolution of kitsch: mass cultural consumption,pop art, an industrial-commercial language. There is the idea of radicalizing the industrial component of modern architecture to the extreme.» (Branzi)
Daydream V.02, by Noemi Schipfer & Takami Nakamoto1
4,5m x 4,5m x 2,5m
‘DAYDREAM is an audiovisual installation that generates space distortions. Relationship between space and time, accelerations, contractions, shifts and metamorphosis have been the lexical field of the project. This installation aimed at establishing a physical connection between the virtual space and the real space, blurring the limits and submerging the audience into a short detachment from reality. Lights generate abstract spaces while sounds define the echoes of virtual spaces. Daydream is an invitation to contemplation
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Massive Stack of Books is Sculpted into an Abandoned City by Liu-WeiThrough his work, Liu Wei translates the chaos of his native city, a city that is in a permanent state of development and which keeps reinventing itself to fill the exponential needs of its hyper-productivity. Made out of schoolbooks, his at times sprawling installations waver between utopia and dystopia. They depict cities in a state of metamorphosis, home to a range of iconic buildings, from the Pentagon to Saint Peter’s Basilica, among others. Liu Wei refuses the ruling principle of an identifiable style and conventional aesthetic criteria.CJWHO: facebook | twitter | pinterest | subscribe