An endlessly curious exhibition, dubbed 'House Tour,' is exploring the ubiquitous aesthetic of uninhabited properties that are up for rent, while adding components that trick and challenge the spatial awareness of the people viewing these places. The Venice Biennale pavilion is installed in Switzerland and creates an Alice in Wonderland vibe in light of its intentionally miscalculated interior proportions.
With spaces one can hardly move through, enormous doors and unconventional corners, the House Tour definitely puts into question not only the spatial awareness of people but the "clean slate" of uninhabited apartments and houses with intentionally bland interiors. The creators of the installation boldly comments on the "standardized environment" that is characteristic of the initial stages of renting.
Photo Credits: Wilson Wooton
The Venice Biennale Pavilion Challenges Spatial Awareness
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