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Join the RIAI and ANNEX, curators of the Irish Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale, for a live conversation and film. The multi-disciplinary ANNEX team will discuss the concept behind their installation ‘Entanglement’ and show footage from the Irish pavilion in Venice.

The Irish pavilion brings the physicality of data infrastructure to the forefront with Entanglement, an exhibit addressing the environmental, cultural, and human impact of data. The pavilion aims to reframe the way we understand data production while exploring its impact on everyday life.

Ireland at Venice is an initiative of Culture Ireland, in partnership with the Arts Council of Ireland, and supported by the RIAI.

ANNEX are a collective of architects, artists and urbanists: Sven Anderson / Alan Butler / David Capener / Donal Lally / Clare Lyster / Fiona McDermott. Their pavilion, ‘Entanglement’, responds to the theme selected by the curator of the Biennale Architettura 2021 Hashim Sarkis: ‘How will we live together?’ Ireland has played a significant historical role in the evolution of global communications and data infrastructure.

Entanglement and the Venice Architecture Biennale are open to the public until 21 November 2021.

RIAI + ANNEX present: States of Entanglement – Data in the Irish Landscape
Image: Representation of the Irish Pavilion, central section in the Arsenale. Built using burnt server cabinets, fans, thermal cameras, screens, grow lights, and rubber plants, the pavilion performs the material impact of data infrastructure on everyday life. ©ANNEX

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Event Type(s) Talks & Debates
Admission / Cost FREE
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