What would happen if we treated our bodies like we approach cities? And vice versa — what do we see if we look at a city as a living organism?
Our “Sleep with a city” installation appeared at the Venice Art House as a part of a special exhibition BODIES + City Skin during the Border festival at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.
Created by a team of designers, experts in glass and metal works, as well as epoxide specialists, the installation focused on our relationships with cities: The ones we inhabit and the ones we call ours for only a night — each with its own skin. Their skin may be historical, shabby, chaotic, pedantic or polished, and sometimes it becomes indistinguishable from the skin of our own bodies that make up the city.