Eight architecture models out of cardboard are scattered over the space. The function of the buildings is not recognisable and they look like objects produced by industrial engineering. A coloured car-tuning speaker is attached on one of their fassade, giving them a very clear function within the exhibition space. From the speakers are coming noises, sounding like steam machines. Words, then sentences, are being formulated. Quotations from early theorists of aesthetics and industry: Louis H. Sullivan, the american architect who enunciated Form (Ever) Follows Function and Boris Arvatov, who influenced radically russian constructivists. At one point, another voice animates the group and flows through the buildings with its own urgency.

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At Archizoom from sep 24 to nov 28 2009