Exhibitions are a dividing matter.
Art and architecture exhibitions, such as biennale/triennale cycles of production, are undoubtedly a converging point on critical matters. On the other hand they are the epitome of a collective fever around these issues.
A sugar spike, a disposable consternation, an ephemeral concern, while the world keeps decaying beyond those occasions explicitly made for the supposed erudite ones.
The format is obsolete.
The pedagogy is almost absent. The result is not engaging enough for the outsiders and serves the interest of a privileged few. It denies political obedience and submission to a broader social vulnerability.
It is a colonised body of culture, normalised by historical convexity.
It must be lost.