This thought-provoking exhibition invites viewers to challenge the dominant architectural style of the 21st century and promotes reflection on contemporary urban design processes. Young Spanish curators Érika Goyarrola (Bilbao) and Xurxo Ínsua (Galicia) encourage revolutionary thinking, with many of the exhibits condemning architectural representation and highlighting the poor translation from scale models used in the design process to the built reality. The exhibition proposes the need for a new perspective on what has been built over the last decade, with a particular focus on the buildings that have emerged from the housing bubble of the early 21st century. The exhibition presents 18 pieces by 12 different artists, including Fernanda Fragateiro (Portugal), Gordon Matta-Clark (USA) and Jordi Colomer (Spain), some of which draw their inspiration from the utopian dreams of mid-20th-century radical urbanism, making for a stimulating and engaging exhibition.
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