Temporary Forms of a City


Image: Worm view of the exhibition architecture, the succession of cabins


Set up to explore temporary forms of the city, the exhibition is conceived as a comparative apparatus: it relates and confronts a refuge with a festival, a market with a military camp… it shows difficult/impossible neighborhoods in an architecture that aims at providing the context for discussions on the complex connections and contradictions of spaces that we share as “resident aliens and temporary settlers”, as citizens and non-citizens; between faith and pop culture, between militarization and migration.


Detailed conversation about the exhibition.

Image: View of the exhibition entrance, cabin 01

 

Image: Exhibition view of cabin 01 with stairs

 

Image: View from the stairs onto the cabins

 

Image: Exhibition view from inbetween the cabins

 

Image: Detail view of the electric installation

 

Image: View of the axis that connects all exhibition cabins

 

Image: Exhibition view from inbetween the cabins

 

Image: Detail view of the light installation

 

Image: Exhibition view of cabin 10 and 11

 

Image: Exhibition view of cabin 02 and 04

 

Image: View of the exhibition axis

 

Exhibition does permanence matter?
14.09.17—18.03.18
Pinakothek der Moderne/Architekturmuseum
Barer Str. 40, 80333 München
 

Curatorial Team: Rahul Mehrotra, Felipe Vera, Andres Lepik, Marcelo della Giustina, Asli Serbest, Mona Mahall
Exhibition Architecture: Asli Serbest, Mona Mahall