Supervisors and BA student Kairi Mändla part of Estonian pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale

Home Stage. Author: b210

The Estonian Pavilion for the 18th Venice Architecture Biennale is curated by the team consisting of Aet Ader (long-time supervisor of Building Practice at our department), Mari Möldre (co-supervisor of Educational Space studio this spring) and Arvi Anderson from the architecture office b210. Besides Aet and Mari who teach at our department, our 1st BA student Kairi Mändla is the scenographer of the exhibition.

B210 introduces the show in the following words:

The Estonian exhibition explores the contradiction between the living place as a home and as an exchange value. A succession of Estonian performers will dwell a month, individually, in a Venetian rental apartment that becomes both an abode and a stage. Everyday life, lived and performed in a duet with the apartment rolls out in front of, and among, visitors to the Biennale. Come over!


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