Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

A cool idea was realized by the Russians and presented at the Venice Biennale, the thirteenth International Architecture Exhibition. Specially for the event an original dome was built, the walls inside of it are all covered with periodically glowing QR-codes (quick response codes enciphering some visual information).

All visitors are given tablet PCs that help to decipher the codes and see the images hidden this way.

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Komsomolsk-on-Amur

Russians For the Venice Biennale

Maybe it’s better than any sculpture made of trash or a pile of socks depicting a mountain which can annually be found at the exhibition.

3 thoughts on “Russians For the Venice Biennale”

  1. Let´s see how this works out in practise. Either you get the wrong barcode, showing you the wrong item or you get nothing with a failure message.

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