Zaha in Arsenale

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Wednesday, September 10, 2008
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It’s the night before the opening and all doors are locked, while interns and curators go bezerk trying to finish thier installations in time before press day at the 11th Architecture Biennale. I managed to sneak into the main space of the Arsenale, past David Rockwell’s whizzy interactive scrim (more later, once I figure it out) and into the vast emptiness now fairly crowded with a swooping green formation that–even without the help of a single label–is clearly a work of Zaha-ness

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