A Post-Anthropocene Tower on the Chicago Tribune Centennial

By the way of the Art and Architecture biennales in Tallinn, Estonia, we will launch The First Zoom Biennale, which will take place exactly during the time when the Tallinn Architecture Biennale will take place, but the theme of our virtual architecture biennale will actually be the theme of the Tallinn's Art Biennale, which explores the issue of Art and Animistic Cosmologies.

In a way our biennale is sympathetic towards the Art Biennale in Tallinn and polemical towards the Architecture Biennale, because we feel architecture could benefit as well from a process of re-spiritualization, even if this re-spiritualization will take the form of one of its "pagan" manifestations. But all for the better, actually, because through animism we could become closer to Nature, in a deep sense, something that is much needed, we feel.

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