"Everyday", the curatorial proposal for the XII International Architecture Biennale of São Paulo, addresses the everyday as an opportune framework for investigating how architecture might advance as a specialized practice of environment making in the 21st century. The São Paulo Biennale constitutes, from such a vantage point, an ideal venue as the everyday there is an agent able to both impact and empower architecture, for better or worse.
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Everyday is structured according to three themes: Everyday Stories, Everyday Resources, and Everyday Maintenance. Each showcases pertinent architectural and urban projects, research, speculative works and installations, as well as other spatial interventions that relate to the contemporary dynamics of the everyday realm.
AC/E supports the participation of the Spanish artists invited by the Biennial Andrés Jaque - Office for Political Innovation with its project "Transparencia social", Beatriz Colomina with a conference entitled "La cama dentro de Relatos de lo cotidiano", Isabel Martínez Abascal ( Launches Atelier), with its project "Pavilion - Library," and Unparelld'arquitectes with "Tales of the everyday" presented in the Ágora space.