An interesting bubble installation debuted at this year's Venice Architecture Biennale. Curated by Eero Lundén and Juulia Kauste, the exhibition consists of sizable inflatable blobs that react with deflating and inflating actions to changes in atmospheric pressure. With regard to their shape, the four blobs are reminiscent of cells and the dynamic qualities of the bubble installation further suggests a living organism.
As it forms a direct relationship to atmospheric changes—in light of carbon-dioxide level shifts, temperature and humidity—the Nordic Pavilion bubble installation is meant to motivate a conversation about the relationship of man-made products and natural formations.
As "they breathe differently in different conditions," the inflatables are meant to mimic immediate changes in the environment, as well as bring about an inspirational kick for the architecture and design industries.
Photo Credits: Andrea Ferro
The Nordic Pavilion Advocates Symbiotic Relationships
1. Environment-responsive Installations - Architecture and design industries can focus on creating structures that can adapt and respond to the natural environment for a sustainable future.
2. Interactive Art Installations - The trend of integrating interactive and responsive elements into installations can create engaging and immersive experiences for viewers.
3. Symbiotic Design - The concept of creating designs that can coexist and interact with nature can lead to more sustainable and responsible solutions in various industries.
1. Architecture - New technologies and materials can be implemented to create buildings that can adapt and respond to the changing climate.
2. Art and Design - Artists and designers can explore more interactive and responsive installations to create immersive experiences.
3. Sustainability - The focus on coexisting with nature and the environment can lead to more sustainable practices in various industries, from fashion to transportation.