Aristide Antonas Landscape with crane rooms and keg apartments
What does it mean to live together or in isolation and what extent of isolation renders a common future impossible? Both architecture and technology allow us to create and regulate the interfaces of interaction between each other and our surroundings. In this landscape, Aristide Antonas builds a post-apocalyptic vision where our minimal existence is focused on the maintenance of an individualistic isolation and facilitated by the reuse of the waste of the past. This seemingly abstract situation becomes a metaphor for an urban nomadic society suspended between the physical space and the internet reality, limiting the necessary interactions to minimum, where the city becomes merely the screen for Pokémon Go.