Space in Mediations. Re-situating Architectural Experience in the Exhibition
The production of space experiences has embodied a permanent concern for the curatorial praxis and the theoretical reflection of architecture exhibition. With the analysis of two relevant examples of curatorial strategy applied to architecture – namely, cast collections and virtual architecture simulations – this paper proposes an investigation of the development of the ideological and cultural substratum of the techniques of spatial experience reproduction in the architecture exhibition. The aim is not only to contextualise the efforts of space production operated by the architecture exhibition but also, more radically, to re-situate and re-define the traditional concept of spatial experience achievable through architecture display.