Meet the participants of the international architecture exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2023
Since 1998, the Venice Architecture Biennale has been divided into three pillars: the national pavilions (each country chooses its own curators and projects), the international exhibition (curated by the Biennale’s curator) and the side events (approved by the Biennale’s curator).
In the 2023 edition of the event, the international architecture exhibition curated by Lesley Lokko is structured in six parts, including 89 participants. Over half of them are from Africa or the African diaspora, with a 50/50 gender balance and an average age of 43 for the participants.
Meet the participants in The Laboratory of the Futurethe international architecture exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2023:
Force majeure: Central Pavilion Gardens
Force Majeure: Outdoor installation at Arsenal
Hazardous compounds: Corderie at Arsenale
Hazardous connections: Outdoor installation at Arsenale
Hazardous connections: Outdoor installation at Marghera Fort
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