14.06.20 → 20.09.20
Group Superstudio, founded in Florence in 1966, denounces the absurdity of the modern world, its superproduction, superconsumption, property and capitalism through a critique of architecture as formal structure of an alienating power. By taking an interest in the root of human life, the six architects of the agency (Adolfo Natalini, Cristiano Toraldo di Francia, Gian Piero Frassinelli, Roberto Magris, Alessandro Magris and Alessandro Poli) imagine an original humanity free of walls, a dematerialized and nomadic future where the only architecture that remains is a Continuous Monument, an orthogonal plan that extends to infinity.
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Works loaned by FRAC Centre-Val de Loire