6 June 2011
by Lauren McKirdy
From 16-26 June, Prague will be thriving as the Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space takes over the City. This high profile event attracts 35,000 visitors to the City and presents work from over 70 countries. This year, a range of inspirational projects and spaces for theatrical productions will be presented in a series of screenings on the media tower.
A film of our 2010 British Pavilion from Venice Biennale, Villa Frankenstein by Muf architecture/art & Atelier One, will be screened alongside others such as Beth Weinstein’s Frederic Flamand in Collaboration with Six Architects, Serpentine Gallery’s Serpentine Pavilions: 2000-2010 and Jean Nouvel: Danish Radio Hall.
Other elements of the programme include lectures, presentations and debates with emerging and well established artists, architects and urban planners including Richard Sennett and Charles Renfro. Not to mention a number of installations within public spaces throughout Prague, look out for Boxes on the piazzetta of the National Theatre.
The film is now available to view.