Art Of Many: The Danish Pavilion At The 15th Venice Biennale
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Boris Brorman Jensen and Kristoffer Lindhardt Weiss are the appointed curators of this year’s Danish Pavilion at the International Architecture Biennale in Venice. As part of an on-going Venice Biennale series, arcspace editor-in-chief, Robert Martin, recently sat down with them to find out what exciting ideas visitors can expect from the Danish contribution, Art of Many: The Right to Space.
In this interview, arcspace speaks with the Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities CEO, Esben Danielsen, about the agenda PRO COMMUNITY
The next interview shows arcspace speaking wth carlberg/christensen co-founders, Nicolai Carlberg and Søren Møller Christensen about the agenda CLAIMING SPACE
Jan Gehl has been integral to this year’s Danish Pavilion – one whole half of the exhibition has been dedicated to him! To celebrate this, arcspace spoke with Gehl Architects CEO, Helle Søholt, about the agenda DESIGNING LIFE which is a crucial topic in the firm’s work.
These interviews have been made possible by the Danish Architecture Centre. To read more about their contribution to the Danish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale click here
To read all of the interviews conducted by arcspace.com for this year’s biennale click here