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Emptiness & Desert: Richard Serra, Valerio Olgiati, Andrea Zittel, Atelier Data, MORQ

Thu, May 7. Welcome back!During today's editorial trip, I'll take you straight to the desert. To the
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Emptiness & Desert: Richard Serra, Valerio Olgiati, Andrea Zittel, Atelier Data, MORQ
By DwellWell | Zuzanna Gasior • Issue #3 • View online
Thu, May 7. Welcome back!

During today’s editorial trip, I’ll take you straight to the desert. To the mystical, majestic place where many wanderers seek answers to bothering questions.

We will take a closer look at artists whose works, together with the new situation, gain even more current overtones. On the subject of isolation brought not only by the desert, but also by the works of the artist Andrea Zittel, we look at her significant works that experiment with human nature. On the contrary - Richard Sierra and his last spectacle work in the deserts of Qatar, described by the words of the gallerist David Zwirner: “Civilization may burn, but his art will survive”, made me think even deeper about the condition of human nature.

The desert brings isolation, emptiness, space, air - these were the exact elements I was looking for in architecture housing projects. I hope you will like the selection.

The Reinvented Visions of Richard Serra
Cercal House by Atelier Data
Andrea Zittel: Dreambuilding in the American West
Andrea Zittel: "Wagon Station Encampment" | Watch: 7:03
Andrea Zittel: "Wagon Station Encampment" | Watch: 7:03
Villa Além by Valerio Olgiati
Villa RA by MORQ
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