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Kéré Architecture Designs Sceneography for Exhibition on Racism

Kéré Architecture has recently completed the scenography for ?Racism. The Invention of Human Races,? an exhibition at the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Dresden. The atmospheres within each of the three spaces are unique yet harmonious, aiming to connect ?the rooms? architecture with the rooms? theme.? Using a variety of high-quality materials and engaging structures, the journey hopes to show a conflict between people?s desires for stability and the organic need for social transformation, emphasizing the charm of the temporary and importance of conversation.

© Andrea Maretto

Kéré Architecture has recently completed the scenography for ?Racism. The Invention of Human Races,? an exhibition at the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Dresden. The atmospheres within each of the three spaces are unique yet harmonious, aiming to connect ?the rooms? architecture with the rooms? theme.? Using a variety of high-quality materials and engaging structures, the journey hopes to show a conflict between people?s desires for stability and the organic need for social transformation, emphasizing the charm of the temporary and importance of conversation.
© Andrea Maretto

A peaceful coexistence of people within a community can only be achieved thanks to a collective consciousness as well as reactions to social change processes. The first room ?sprawls over the visitor? with a modular wooden grid, spanning across the entire space. Due to the installation?s gridded nature, the room...
Source: Archdaily
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