«Architettura orientale al Mak».
[Gabriele Neri | ilsole24ore.com]
fino al 6 ottobre 2013
Contemporary Architecture and Spatial Practices in East Asia
Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art
dal sito MAK: «The exhibition features a great variety of architectural projects, including those by leading proponents of the contemporary Japanese scene and by independent Chinese offices which surfaced only since the late 1990s, but will also present a new generation of young, emerging architects whose work will be shown for the first time to the general public. A graphic and photographic map additionally illuminates the relationship between architecture and everyday spatial practice and points to specific symptoms and phenomena within the region—from mass housing in South Korea’s major cities to illegal parasitic architectures in Taiwan, the influence of state architectural firms in China to forms of protest against social displacement processes in South Korea, China’s enclave-like urban villages to Japanese and Taiwanese convenience stores, the mass appeal of China’s new, creative districts to micro-urbanism and nomadic ways of life in Japan, along with new lifestyles in the devastated Tōhoku region».
Eastern Promises MAK imagecredits mak.at