An exhibition as a playground to be
physically experienced.

 

 

A playground considered as a critical review of Bernard Tschumi’s concept of folies in Parc de La Villette.

 

Tschumi did some cinematic studies and he said that Parc de la Villette is conceived as a cinematic promenade. He suggested that “the reading of a dynamic architectural space does not depend merely on a single frame, but on a succession of frames or spaces.” more in detail, excerpts from Manhattan transcripts demonstrate a tripartite relationship among the spaces of the architecture, the vectors of movement, and the event or action. Tchumi’s hypothesis was that architecture could be defined, and therefore dissociated, through three elements, space, movement (movement of bodies in space) and finally the event, the use.