Get ready for the next Venice Architecture Biennale with a focus on Arata Isozaki

GAA Foundation launched a series of architecture videos starting with Arata Isozaki, to promote its next exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2018.

Arata Isozaki, Time-Space-Existence, 2017

A focus on Arata Isozaki launches a series of architectural videos by PLANE–SITE. The initiative is part of the Collateral Events of the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale – opening next May – by non-profit GAA Foundation who is promoting its exhibition “Time–Space–Existence” with a series of video interviews to architecture celebrities.

Arata Isozaki, Time-Space-Existence

Video by Plane-Site, 2017

 

Arata Isozaki was born in Ōita in 1931 and is considered to be a pioneer of Metabolism, the post-war avant-garde Japanese movement that proposed fantastic urban landscapes synonymous to biological structures. One of Isozaki’s architectural legacies is the concept of ma, the space and time that lies in-between things. The video was recorded in the architect’s studio and offers a glimpse on his daily life and work. Isozaki meditates on his practice and Japanese architectural identity as a whole.

Arata Isozaki, Time–Space–Existence, 2017
Arata Isozaki, video still from Time–Space–Existence by Plane-Site, 2017
Opening dates:
form 26 May to 25 November 2018
Venue:
16th International Architecture Exhibition
Exhibition:
Time–Space–Existence
Videos by:
PLANE–SITE / plane-site.com
Curator:
GAA Foundation
Support:
European Cultural Centre
Address 1:
Palazzo Bembo, Riva del Carbon 4793-4785, Venice
Address 2:
Palazzo Mora, Strada Nova 3659, Venice

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