I Love my Time

I Love my Time

German Pavilion at the Venice Biennale

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August 14, 2020
I Love my Time
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July 14, 2037. It’s a Tuesday. A couple in bed, surrounded by trees, which serve as both facade and roof. An organic living structure. Toni wears glasses and gently ruffles Sacha’s fake hair. Sacha’s head is on Toni’s fake breasts. (You can put on different body parts quarterly. More frequent changes would be bad for the metabolism.) Sacha looks at the leafy ceiling, the sun sparkles through. In the background you can hear goats baah.

Toni: We care.
Sacha: Sure we do. 
Toni: For the first time in history we live in a system that cares. 
Sacha: I know.
Toni: It wasn't easy after all. 
Sacha: No, it wasn't. 

Sacha looks at Toni and smiles.

Sacha: Are you preparing your speech?
Toni: The crises taught as a lesson.
Sacha: Is that the title?
Toni: No it isn't. We can’t just talk about the crisis. It’s over.
Sacha: But you do.
Toni: Well, only as a ramp. A story ramp.
Sacha: Okay. Where does it ramp to?
Toni: It’s about the economy, about redistribution of wealth and resources.

Toni looks at the alarm clock.

Toni: Shit, do I really have to meet the French President today?
Sacha: No, she can wait. That’s fine, she was anyway going to Hannover to see some old comrades.
Toni: By herself?
Sacha: Think so.
Toni: Shouldn’t we go with her?
Sacha: Didn’t you just say, you don’t want to see her?
Toni: Yeah. I’m undecided. 
Sacha: We have time. Just slack. Tell me where the crisis ramps us up to.
Toni: Okay I'll cut the crisis.
Sacha: No, you need a ramp. True. An intro, an exposition.
Toni: But people know anyway. People know of the crisis and of the good things which came out of it. So why give a speech in the first place?
Sacha: Well, people doubt. It’s not very long that things go well. They need to trust.

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With:
Blaise Agüera y Arcas, Andrés Arauz, Diana Alvarez-Marin, Mara Balestrini, Severin Bärenbold, Sandra Bartoli, Diann Bauer, Jan Bauer, Erik Bordelau, Francesca Bria, Vera Bühlmann, Vint Cerf, Tobia de Eccher, Cosimo Flohr, Yona Friedman, Jan-Peter Gieseking, Olaf Grawert, Fabrizio Hochschild-Drummond, Helene Hegemann, Ludger Hovestadt, Pan Hu, Jennifer Jacquet & Becca Franks, Mitch Joachim, Claudia Kessler, Sénamé Koffi Agbodjinou, Lukas Kubina, Ray Kurzweil, Cedric Libert, Suhail Malik, Hilary Mason, V. Mitch McEwen, James Meadway, Omoju Miller, Evgeny Morozov, Caroline Nevejan, Joanna Pope, Denis 'Jaromil' Roio, Meghan Rolvien, Christopher Roth, Daniel Schönle & Ferdinand Ludwig, Deane Simpson, Audrey Tang, Iris van der Tuin, Jeanne Tremsal, Marcus Vesterager, Julian Wäckerlin, E. Glen Weyl, Mark Wigley, Tirdad Zolghadr, Holger Friese, Max Kossatz.

on
Gut Oggau
Architekturgalerie München
Architekturgalerie Berlin

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