Foodscapes: A Journey into the Architectures that Feed the World
Foodscapes: Spain’s Pavilion for the Venice Structure Biennale 2023, curated by Manuel Ocaña and Eduardo Castillo-Vinuesa, explores the Spanish agro-architectural context to handle international points. It analyzes the previous and current of meals methods and the architectures that assemble them, to be able to look in the direction of the long run and query different doable fashions which might be able to feeding the world with out devouring the planet.
Inaugurated on Could 20, 2023, the 18th Worldwide Structure Exhibition of the Venice Biennale has the theme “The Laboratory of the Future”. The principle curator, Lesley Lokko, invited “architects and professionals from an expanded area of inventive disciplines to attract examples from their up to date practices that will pave the best way for the viewers to maneuver ahead, imagining for themselves what the long run could maintain.”
The Ministry of Transport, Mobility and City Agenda (Mitma) revealed in November 2022 the profitable proposal for the curatorial and exhibition design of Spain’s Pavilion. Within the phrases of the jury, the venture was an actual, clever, and modern discourse that promotes analysis and guarantees a studying expertise the place Spanish structure and the nationwide territory are the protagonists.
The proposal developed by Eduardo Castillo Vinuesa and Manuel Ocaña targeted on the biennale’s motto by selecting as the thing of their analysis the structure associated to the meals manufacturing, distribution, and consumption chain, from the home to the territorial. This resulted in a collection of contents starting from movies to recipes and pictures taken particularly by Pedro Pegenaute. You possibly can overview and obtain all of this on the official Foodscapes web site.
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