Until 12 July at Palazzo Bentivoglio, the exhibition ‘Andreas Angelidakis, Post-Ruin Bentivoglio’ will be held.
Andreas Angelidakis moves in the border space where art and architecture overlap. He has been described as an architect who does not build, but it might be more correct to see him as a critic and intellectual who uses art to reflect on the space around us and the way new technologies influence architecture and the way we live.
The computer, the internet and the new social platforms become for him one of the main tools of architectural practice, allowing him to move a generally collective practice – building – into the isolation of the artistic and intellectual studio.
Palazzo Bentivoglio – Via Del Borgo di San Pietro