[P]reparations analyse architecture in the form of ruins and ruins in reverse. Destructions, empty spaces and new constructions are historical moments that play key role in the speculative restructuration of urban space.

The double rhetoric of 'preparation' of a new spectacular architecture and 'reparation' of an obsolete city urges us to see only what is already prepared and repaired. Against this narcissistic self-relation of architecture to itself, I suggest an aesthetic sensibility towards the process of urban and architectural production.

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200 x 200 cm, poster print, outdoor panels