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Venice Biennale

Architecture Shapes Culture
February 2017
Venice, Itali
Ministry Of Culture
  • The Israeli pavilion at the Venice Biennale explores sharing over time. It makes us think about what sharing means now and how it might change in the future.

    It starts with old ideas of sharing linked to socialism, showing how it promoted fairness and togetherness in the past.

    Now, sharing has moved to the internet. People use digital platforms to share things like information and tools. This part of the exhibition shows how the internet has changed how we share, with interactive displays in Venice.

    Looking to the future, sharing could become even more about global partnerships. “Big data” might help plan how we share spaces and resources worldwide. The pavilion imagines how social networks and technology could shape sharing in the future.

Architecture Shapes Culture