Congratulations to the Fluid Boundaries team who have been shortlisted to represent Canada at the 2020 Venice Architecture Biennale!
Fluid Boundaries: Ethical Imaginaries of Inland Waters
Fluid Boundaries is a partnership between the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism, with colleagues from Geography + Environmental Studies and the School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies. The proposal explores the liquid boundaries and thresholds of Canada. We aim to foster a critical position on Canada’s responsibilities to inland bodies of water, Indigenous nations, human and non-human agencies, and the legal-governance entanglements that shape our collective experiences of Canada as an idea and place. Our exhibition positions interactive liquid landscape models with speculative drawings and texts that elicit an ethical imaginary on how these waterscapes should be maintained, experienced and challenged.
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