As many as five lecture spaces were organized at the Second Moscow Architectural Biennale. All of them worked almost without stopping and each had its own specialization: the most eminent architects spoke in the conference room and urban planning projects were discussed, a lot of information could be found in the press center from manufacturers of building materials and furniture, etc. The Friday guests of the space created by Creative Cities differed from all the other lecturers who visited the Biennale that day with the unarchitectural nature of their professions. In the morning, British photographer John Davis spoke here. Unfortunately, at that time there were not so many visitors, but the lecture was pleasant and chamber. After talking about the principles of shooting urban landscapes, John answered the questions crowded around him for a long time.
In the evening, video artists and musicians of D-Fuse immediately acted, with one of the works of which regular visitors to the Creative Cities biennial space could get acquainted in the previous days. During the lecture, it was possible not only to watch excerpts from other films, but also to ask all sorts of questions, to find out why everything turns out that way.
On Saturday, the Creative Cities biennial activity center moved to the Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design. And all because the next session of the game “City of the Future” was dedicated to the future of the Yakimanka district and, in particular, the territory of the former Red October factory, where Strelka is located. While representatives of the local small business "played" here, creative youth and all Creative Cities letkors showed reports from the place of events to the visitors of the Central House of Artists.
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