Arch+ 51: Release Architecture Kerez/oehy
This issue was conceived in close collaboration with Sandra Oehy, curator of the Swiss Pavilion at the 15th Architecture Biennale in Venice, and Christian Kerez, the architect of that pavilions Incidental Space. Kerez emphasises the non-referential, the non-predetermined, and the alienation inherent to his project as a means of expanding upon what architecture can be today.
It embodies a new reciprocal relationship between material and the data cloud, one in which the difference between depiction and reality ceases to existwhere a speculative space can be released by architectures autonomy. With contributions by Philip Ursprung, Hito Steyerl, Mario Carpo, and more.
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