BorderLINE Architecture / Hungarian Pavilion, Architecture Biennale Venice 2010 / Interview with Curator Andor Wesselény-Garay

The Hungarian contribution to the 12th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice presents an extensive installation composed of video projections, ninety kilometers of rope, twenty thousand pencils and hundreds of drawings.

The concept of the exhibition in the Hungarian pavilion titled “BorderLINE Architecture” has been created by the designers and architects Andor Wesselény-Garay and Marcel Ferencz. It focuses on the line instead of the house as the origin of the architectural idea. On the first of the preview days of the Biennale VernissageTV met with Andor Wesselény-Garay. In this video he talks about the inspiration that led to the concept and the basic idea behind the presentation and why he’s convinced that “people meet in drawing”.

BorderLINE Architecture / Hungarian Pavilion, 12th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2010. Interview with Curator Andor Wesselény-Garay. August 26, 2010. Photos below.

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