Tuesday, 20 January 2009

Chamber of the Post-Urbanist, Marco Casagrande 2005.

One has to die a bit to be reborne. City is dead, long live the compost. For my urban sins I needed Post-Urban Rehabilitation and for my sins they gave me one: the cave. Every time I wake up in this chamber the walls move a little bit closer. When I am here, I want to be in the city and when I am there all I want is to get back into the cave.

The Chamber of the Post-Urbanist 104. Steel furniture for Post-Urban rehabilitation. C-Laboratory:
architect Marco Casagrande
industrial artist Martin Ross
constructor Frank Chen
passanger Nikita Wu.
Taipei Museum of Modern Art, Taiwan, 2005.

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