“Unraveling Modern Living is a site-specific installation by the Mexico City-based firm Tatiana Bilbao Estudio that transforms the former domestic space of the Madlener House to explore new forms of collectivity. Evoking the concept of the commons and rooted in storied examples of shared space—including the Greek polis, Renaissance architecture, the feminist movement, community structures, cohousing, public institutions, and appropriation architecture—the exhibition reconfigures the existing architecture to create a garden, a space for knowledge, a space for dialog, and a space for gathering.”
As part of the series of programs and workshops organized to accompany the installation, MAS Context is co-organizing the talk by Marita Gomis on La Ricarda House related to our exhibition “La Ricarda: An Architectural and Cultural Project.” You can find more information about the talk here.
Unraveling Modern Living runs from September 16, 2019 until January 11, 2020. For more information about the exhibition, please visit the exhibition.