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Saturday, June 12, 2010
Modelos para Armar: Scenes from a Construction
Modelos para Armar is the title of the summer exhibition at MUSAC, in Leon. The exhibition will present sections of MUSAC's Latinamerican collection, curated by Agustin Perez Rubio (Director), Maria-Ines Rodriguez (Chief Curator) and Octavio Zaya (Curator at Large). Angelidakis studio is in change of the space for the exhibition, which, if you follow our work, you might have noticed is an ongoing project of making architecture with exhibition walls. For Modelos, we came up with a series of spaces that relate to statial conditions in Latinamerican architecture and urbanity. Monumental modernity, jungles, favelas and mayan ruins sometimes wrap themselves around specific works, while other times act as connectors and separators between curatorial clusters.
This door will lead to a dark space of precious, deadly objects.
The ellipse will contain images of violence
A jungle of columns
MIR+ Blackberry next to a reading room
one of the tallest exhibition spaces in Europe, will contain the night.
Concrete Islands, curated by Elias Redstone and featuring works by Andreas Angelidakis, Iwan Baan, Frederic Chaubin, mounir fatmi and Niklas Goldbach at Analix-Forever Paris.
I spoke at PROqm bookstore as part of the book launching of
Cognitive Architecture from Biopolitics to Noo politics, edited by Deborah Hauptmann and Warren Neidich, 010 Publishers.
The book includes contributions from Andreas Angelidakis, Lisa Blackman, Ina Blom, Felicity Callard, Suparna Choudry, Jordan Crandall, Elie During, Keller Easterling, Lukas Ebensperger, Boris Groys, Janet Harbord, Deborah Hauptmann, Patrik Healy, Maurizio Lazzarato, Daniel Marguilles, Markus Miessen, Yann Moulier Boutang, Warren Neidich, John Protevi, Steven Quartz, Andreij Radman, Philippe Rahm, John Rajchman, Patricia Reed, Gabriel Rockhill, J.A. Scott Kelso, Terrence Sejnowski, Elizabeth Sikiaridi, Jan Slaby, Paolo Virno, Frans Vogellar, Sven-Olov Wallenstein, Bruce Wexler, Charles T. Wolfe.
the Short Ideas workshop, organized by La Ville Rayee at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in paris