Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, curated by Chilean architect Alejandro Aravena themed Reporting From The Front aims to encourage architects to address some of the most important global issues such as the economic and refugee crises to robotic construction. Serbian team has created boat like installation which is to draw attention to the problems facing young architects around the globe.
The authors of the installation are Stefan Vasic, Ana Sulkic and Igor Sjeverac, the Serbian Pavilion is located in the Giardini which is one of the two main Biennale venues. The space is open for viewing till November 27th 2016.
Our project reflects on the problematic position of young architects in our profession, it sheds light to the severity of the system they are presented with and offers a deviation as an only space for further actualization in a climate of relentless competition and hyper-connectivity, thus resisting the absolutist character of postindustrial capitalism. As a possible way out of this feeling of systemic constriction, a route of the joint sailing opens up. The Pavilion will echo with the presence of the crowd, celebrating the energy and perseverance in the desire to highlight the importance of the existence of a joint effort. – from the authors
See more for Serbian Pavilion after the after the jump:
Authors Stefan Vasic, Ana Sulkic, Igor Sjeverac
Commissioner Ivan Rasković
Deputy commissioner Dejan Todorović
Advisory board Ljiljana Miletic, Igor Marić, Aleksandar Bobić, Milan Ðurić, Vladimir Milenković, Vesna Cagić Milošević, Maja Cirić
Sound specialist Vladimir Dabić
Designer David Brbaklić
Construction specialist Milorad Obradović