From Venice to London, to around the world! We will be hosting a hybrid discussion with the Curators Collective to explore international responses to the theme of the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale; ‘How will we live together?’
The Collective will consider new forms of collaboration that can address the challenges we face in widening access to the conversation about architecture and the future of our built environment globally.
The Curators Collective (CC) is a coalition of National Pavilion Curators who participated in the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale. In 2020 curators from countries across the globe gathered for the first CC meeting and confirmed their shared interest in turning the Biennale’s postponement into an opportunity to express greater solidarity. In keeping with this initial spirit, CC meetings have evolved into an ongoing dialogue and exploration of collaborative possibilities for the 2021 Biennale and beyond. The shared goal is to investigate new avenues for collaboration suited to the challenges we all face.
You can join us in person at the Building Centre in The Garden of Privatised Delights, or watch online. Those joining online will be sent a link on the day of the event.
Please register to attend.
This installation of The Garden of Privatised Delights is made possible by the Built Environment Trust with support from the British Council, the Architectural Association School of Architecture and the Museum of Architecture.