Presented by The Institut Ramon Llull
Curated by Olga Subirós. With the participation of 300,000 km/s
The project reflects on the central theme of the Biennale, “How will we live together”, with an investigation of the air as a common good that must be preserved in order to “survive together”. Olga Subirós’ proposal defends the role of architects in the context of two interconnected crises: global climate change and local public health. The project is particularly relevant in the context of the pandemic and potential new measures in urban planning and environment as numerous studies correlate air pollution and cities with a significant number of Covid-19 cases. Starting with the city of Barcelona as a case of study, 300,000 km/s, the Catalan architecture firm specialised in urban data analysis for innovative planning, will present the results of research to create innovative cartographies based on an analysis of massive data from research undertaken in consultation with private and public institutions from architecture, urbanism, health and environmental sciences.
Tue – Sun 10am – 6pm
Cantieri Navali, Fondamenta Quintavalle, Castello 40