Wurttembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, Germany.
This installation was made in the context of the Spektakel Stadt workshop and exhibition at the Wurttembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart. For more information about the workshop please visit the website of WKV.
View of walldrawing from room entry.
Close-up of sequence correlating Adolf Loos' theory on architecture and Emile Zola's 'Carnival' with the architecture of local Stuttgart sites Monte Scharbelino and the Albert Speers prototype columns.
In this analogy, Zola's 'carnival' becomes the representative architecture of histories "'tastefully' forgotten" (Albert Speer's column prototypes outside Stuttgart as well as the broader concept of Bataille's "Slaughterhouse") while Monte Scharbelino represents the architecture for histories "'remembered'" (the 53 bombings of Stuttgart during WWII).
Procedural diagram of conversation between the contemporary public-opinion builder and the (common) 'behavioral subject'.
Correlation between 'concentrated decentralization' (of cities) and 'citadelization' (of work places) with views of Stuttgart 21 LBBW facilities.
Close-up of board member riding training bicycle while conducting a white-board lecture.
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