Sunday, 26 January 2014

Sensing Spaces

Yesterday the Royal Academy of Arts in London opened Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined, which runs in the Main Galleries until 6 April (CLICK). The exhibition is a collection of large scale installation thingies, seven architectural practises from six countries and four continents. The show looks very impressive, but admission prices are OTT: adults £14 each, silver surfers £13 each. Shown are Chilean architects Sofia van Ellrichshausen and her partner Mauricio Pezo standing proudly in front of their massive installation thingy. You've got to admit it's impressive, but what does it do, apart from hulking there making you feel small?


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