Inservitude. From 19 June to 20 January 2020 at Arc en Rêve Cetre d'architecture, Bordeaux, France
Can architecture, a discipline defined by constraint, constantly reinvent itself via undisciplined creative utopias, architects, and modes of use? Between the political advent of the Enlightenment and that of 20th century totalitarianism, where do we stand in the art of “voluntary inservitude” and “reflexive indocility? The philosopher Guillaume le Blanc invites us to address these questions, and the exhibition inservitude explores the question of freedom as an essential raw material for architecture that offers potential alternatives.
We are present with our models of the Centre George Pompidou (1971 - 1977).
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