My Prime Minister Embarrasses Me, Pascal Paquette / Ellyn Walker (2015)
In light of Canada’s federal election, artist Lisa Klapstock gained momentum at her collaborative exhibition, VOTE, which hosted a collection of reflective, throught-provoking text-based installations by Canadian artists and designers.
Here’s our weekly review rounding up the best stories and ideas in public space from cities around the world. This week we bring you tips on hacking public space, incredible photos of the new Bay Bridge construction and videos that will inspire you to take the bus.
By Angela Henderson
The Architecture Biennale in Venice is a showcase event of new ideas and projects from architects and designers from around the world. This year, the 13th Biennale exhibited a rich architectural culture, revealing a distinct shift from the talent of the individual to the collection of ideas united by the theme: Common Ground. Directed by David Chipperfield, the main grounds of the Biennale, located in the Giardini Pubblici (Public Gardens), featured 29 international pavilions whose shift was away from celebrity designers to broader issues of social responsibility, public space and collaboration. Continue reading