A conversation on the Georgian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2023
It is one of the world’s most important festivals of the built environment and it takes over two key locations in Venice: the Arsenale (once the city’s shipbuilding yard) and the Giardini della Biennale. There are also various satellite shows in historic palaces, churches and nearby islands.
curated by the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial, will showcase ‘January, February, March’, an installation exploring the impact of water reservoirs on an artificially altered settlement in the Dusheti region of Georgia, reflecting on the effects of rapid political changes and climate change.
The Georgian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2023 presents an exhibition called “January, February, March” curated by the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial. The exhibition is based on research about the impact of the hydroelectric power station in the Dusheti region of Georgia on the local ecosystem and settlements. It focuses on the creation and impact of reservoirs on ecological, urban, and demographic shifts in the age of rapid political transformations and climate change.
მალე თანამედროვე არქიტექტურის სფეროში ერთ-ერთი ყველაზე მნიშვნელოვანი ღონისძიება - ვენეციის არქიტექტურის ბიენალე გაიხსნება.
At the 18th International Venice Architecture Biennale, the Georgian Pavilion presents january, february, march, a research-based exhibition about the artificially altered settlement in the Dusheti region of Georgia.
The installation January, February, March - Georgia Pavilion at the 2023 Biennale - explores the relationship between the passage of time and energy
Exploring the Relationship Between Time and Energy: The Georgian Pavilion at the 2023 Venice Biennale is Curated by the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial