We spent yesterday and today at the Venice Biennale (both the Giardini and the Arsenale). I really enjoyed it and I’m glad that I was finally able to attend. One of my favorite exhibits was Bahrain’s. It is called “Sweating Assets”, and it’s a demonstration… Read More
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Streets of Venice
This entire city is centered around controlling water. Omnipresent front-door flood dam: Venice has great doorbell game. If it hasn’t already been done, I think someone should make a coffee table book of these: This city is also quite prolific when it comes to urban… Read More
Not for sale!
One of the things that I have wanted to do since I was in architecture school was visit the Venice Biennale. Partially because I would hear people say, ” so and so exhibited at the Biennale this year”, and that made it sound cool. But… Read More
Canadian cities are well known in the world of film for their ability to stand-in for other global cities. They rarely play themselves, which actually pisses me off. Because I take it as a sign that we’re not doing nearly enough to make Canadian cities… Read More