Liza Fior, curator of the British Pavilion at the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale, explains what she's up to with all her tricksy Ruskin allusions. On the Grand Canal, naturally. That's quite some church behind her.
The content of her pavilion is complex, allusive, sometimes oblique and rigorously intellectual. But Liza, one of the partners of the muf architect/artist collective, manages to condense all that into a few choice words.
Read the related article on the Venice Architecture biennale at hughpearman.com/2010/09.htm
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