(Un)Made in China
“(Un)Made in China [is an exhibition that] focuses on architecture that could’ve worked out, might’ve made a difference and probably would have won a few admirers. Unfortunately for the 12 studios participating in the show, none of that happened and the projects never became a reality. Why? Lots of reasons it transpires, but mainly because, well, this is China”. Curator, Michael Tunkey, discusses why these non-buildings matter and what they reveal about some of the misconceptions surrounding architecture in China. Continue reading.