In the Critical Spatial Practice book series, editors Nikolaus Hirsch and Markus Miessen construct a larger discursive foundation about how space can be interpreted as a political medium within which action can take place.
In their latest project, architecture collective Parasite 2.0 generates a point of convergence for Paolo Sarpi's distinct ethnic groups, whose film cultures share a highly developed aesthetic iconology.
Curated by Greg Lynn, an exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture is the first to put together a nuanced account of the complex ecosystem that spawned the digital architecture we see all around us today.
In Mouans Sartoux, the Espace de l'Art Concret explores the collaboration between artist Yves Klein and architect Claude Parent: from the deconstruction of the architectural language to a mausoleum for Klein created by Parent.
Triggering dialogue through dance, choreography, performance, arte, image in movement and music, the second edition of the Bologna Live Arts Week produced a great flux of proposals that generate new associations and interruptions.
Presenting visions by Sou Fujimoto, IAN+, Noero Architects and MODUS Architects, Rome's MAXXI museum takes another step forward in facing the most pressing issues of our times: the relationship between energy and landscape.
The French architect's retrospective at the Cité de l’Architecture is all about images. The only exception are Ricciotti’s prototypes or “testimonies to the memory of the work”: impressive, instructive and intriguing.
“Chrome Web Lab”, an interactive exhibit at the London Science Museum, presents the invisible fabric of the Internet as embodied in the world. Rory Hyde spoke to its creators, and discovers a version of where the Web may be headed next.