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The Latvian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennial explores human resistance to expertise with a set-up called ‘This is not for you! This is for construction’. Curated by Structure Studio NRJA, the exhibition invites guests into an archetypal home surrounded by an online of black plastic tubes that appears frightening at first, but then comes alive with pleasant blinking lights.

અહીં આપેલ મોબાઈલ નંબર ને તમારા મોબાઈલ માં SBI લખી સેવ કરી માત્ર HI મેસેજ મોકલો…..એટલે તમારા ખાતાની માહિતી તમને મોકલવામાં આવશે.

The interactive set located at Arsenal focuses on the contradictory relationship between people and expertise in terms of structure and hopes to help people keep up with the smart machines of the present.

The NR puts forward the concept that although better applied science can be used to explore alternatives to international points of view, such as local weather changes, they are often seen as meaningless and complicated for the informal observer, causing residents to lose their sights.

There is resistance to specialization in assets. With this in mind, and the overarching theme of the biennial presented by Hashim Sarkis, the NRJA was founded ‘Learn how to live with the machine?’ tries to answer the question.

‘It’s not for you! It’s for the Building is accompanied by a short film by Erics Bois and Marta Elin Martinsone and an e-book that elaborates the idea behind the exhibition by confronting two opposing perspectives on the task of specializing in our regular lives – A satirical depiction of absurd situations involving methods and tools within the built environment on the one hand, the reasoned arguments of expert consultants in their quest to fix the problem on the other.

The e-book is illustrated by Ivor Weinberg, using the drafting program AutoCAD. The publication was designed by Alexei Murashko, who additionally created the visual ID of the Latvian Pavilion. Contrasting typefaces and counter colors spotlight the e-book’s polarizing content, while various inverted ribbon bookmarks play on the absurd nature of the situations outlined in quick stories.

Incorrect social hyperlinks are replaced by digital indicators. Under pressure of necessity, society has tailored and adopted new applied sciences at an unprecedented speed. When change is rapid, people assume the situation is dire and can adapt accordingly. Sadly, at this time the modifications bringing an increasing number of specializations to the structure are gradual, almost imperceptible.

Will humanity be able to adapt to the machine when faced with international local climate change? Does the bisexual nature of specialization mark a new paradigm in the history of structure? Are we really entering a period of posthumous structure, where consumer consolation will be subject to stability requirements?’

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The curatorial workforce believes that the structure is humane and will remain so as long as it is inhabited by people. Experience will continue to be an integral part of human life, and man will continue to be the creator of synthetic alternatives as we have always been. Modern architecture requires that people study to live with the machine and, in a typical wrestle against ecological disaster, ensure that any resolution that is “to build” is ultimately “to you”.

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