The curatorial team of Othernity organized two public discussions, related to the topics of the Hungarian pavilion, on 28 August, 2021, as part of the Curators Collective Midissage. The two events involve several exhibitors of the pavilion and curators from inside and outside the Biennale.
Othernity – Collaboration of emerging architectural practices from the CEE
Public discussion involving the participating architects of the pavilion
Saturday 28 August 2021, 10:00 – Hungarian Pavilion, Giardini
The Hungarian pavilion exhibits works by 12 practices from 9 different countries this year. During this discussion, exhibitors talk about their experiences in the collaborative process and the development of the exhibition.
Collaboration, Cooperation, Cohabitation – Possible Futures for the Biennale
Saturday 28 August 2021, 11:00 – Hungarian Pavilion, Giardini
Discussion on international collaborations in the national pavilions, and possible alternative futures for the Biennale. Participating: Hae-Won Shin (Korean Pavilion), PROLOG+1 (Polish Pavilion), Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli (Russian Pavilion), Daniel Tudor Munteanu and Davide Tommaso Ferrando (Unfolding Pavilion), Othernity curatorial team (Hungarian Pavilion).
The events are part of the Curators Collective Midissage.
The events can be visited with valid entry tickets.
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Facebook event here.