Kolektiv Cité Radieuse, the newly opened space devoted to modern architecture at Le Corbusier Housing Unit in Marseille, presents an exhibition of work by Lithuanian architect Valdas Ozarinskas.
Ozarinskas, who was a co-author of the Lithuanian Pavilion at the World Expo at Hannover in 2000, dealt with exhibition design, scenography, video installations and performances, notably as part of the architecture group Private Ideology Collective.
The retrospective exhibition is specially designed for Kolektiv Cité Radieuse by Vilnius Contemporary Art Center (CAC).
He is "an embodiment of the opportunities and ideological void left by the collapse of the Soviet Union [and] personifies the complex relationship of many architects to their own art and their refusal of the standardized norms, boundaries and aesthetics strictly enforced by the profession, the State or the free market," said CAC.
Architects Without Architecture takes place from 17 October to 28 November 2020 at 313 Unité d'Habitation Le Corbusier, 280 Boulevard Michelet 13008 Marseille, France.