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12th June 2014
NOEDGE | VENICE BIENNALE '14
“Architecture is a learned game, correct and magnificent, of forms assembled in the light.” says Le Corbusier but no mentions about voids and solids which have reciprocal edges between each other to help us to generate forms to understand them under the light (which reveals the colours). neverthless without one or another we wouldn’t understand the hole concept of design.
Architecture in this sense can be manipulative and deceptive on society by the tools that it has. whatever is created has a unguessable power on the society by the fourth dimension of it which is being in time with their motion by being timeless.
the three main colours are matching on both surfaces one is reflective on a sphere and another on the flat ground I’m trying to expose visitors to understand the abstraction of the city from different perceptions.
“Yagiz Atli” presenting his project “No-Edge” at the The 14th International Venice Biennale.