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More from the 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale Exhibitions | ArchDaily

These are some of the participants in the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale competition, prompting a holistic re-evaluation of how will we live together.

Courtesy of Studio Other Spaces
Courtesy of Studio Other Spaces

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The 17th Venice Architecture Biennale invited architects to ponder the question “How will we live together”, eliciting various answers and interpretations. The International Exhibition unfolding in Giardini, the Arsenale and Forte Maghera presents 113 participants in the competition, coming from 46 countries, whose contributions are organized into five scales: Among Diverse Beings, As New Households, As Emerging Communities, Across Borders, and As One Planet. The following participants explore a variety of subjects, prompting a holistic re-evaluation of the collective in relationship with issues ranging from the urban and natural environment to climate action or the relationship with other species.

The Planet After Geoengineering

Design Earth

The Planet After Geoengineering by DESIGN EARTH. Image © Isabella Sassi Farìas
The Planet After Geoengineering by DESIGN EARTH. Image © Isabella Sassi Farìas
Exploring the concept of geoengineering, Design Earth’s contribution to the biennial brings abstract climate models to public debate through visualization. Five stories, each following the deployment of a specific technique, explore climate engineering and its controversies in a cautionary speculative narrative that raises questions regarding human intervention in Earth’s systems. The exhibition aims to highlight the role of design in climate communication to explain the severity of the climate crisis.

Antarctic Resolution

Giulia Foscari / Unless

ANTARCTIC RESOLUTION by Giulia Foscari / UNLESS. Image Courtesy of UNLESS ©️ Delfino Sisto Legnani
ANTARCTIC RESOLUTION by Giulia Foscari / UNLESS. Image Courtesy of UNLESS ©️ Delfino Sisto Legnani

Representing 10% of the landmass, Antarctica is at the same time a contested territory, an indispensable resource and a crucial scientific field of exploration. Antarctic Resolution, created by Giulia Foscari / Unless, is a multidisciplinary project co-authored by world-renowned experts painting a comprehensive picture of the continent’s geography, conditions and geopolitical significance. The exhibition presents this holistic body of research on Antarctica, accompanied by Antarctic suits and an evocative soundscape.

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