City of Ideas: Architects’ Voices and Visions
October 28th 2016 – February 25th 2017

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City of Ideas: Architects’ Voices and Visions is an ongoing conceptual installation project, inaugurated at Sydney University’s Tin Sheds Gallery and traveling to ChiDM from October 2016 to February 2017. Its key objective is to present original voices and visions of leading international architects recorded and transcribed by curator Vladimir Belogolovsky.

Each installation will include different groups of voices, interpreted through continuously changing design by local artists, architects, and designers through collaboration with its curator. The architects’ voices can be presented in their entirety or fragmented according to visions of local designers. In our iteration, they will be accompanied by text and image, and the installation will include a performance stage that will record new voices of local architects to join the evolving conversation.

Curated by Vladimir Belogolovsky.