By Elizabeth Hopkirk2018-05-24T09:18:00
Curators explain ideas framed by new public space on roof
Caruso St John’s installation at the British Pavilion opens at the Venice Biennale today.
Called Island, it is a publicly accessible platform built on the roof, pierced by the very top of the pavilion.
The architects, working with artist Marcus Taylor, have rejected the traditional format of an exhibition and left the interior of the pavilion empty.
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