Today, one year ago, was the opening of becoming, the central concept for the Spanish Pavillion at the 16th Venice Biennale which we co-curated with #atxuamann, @mariamallo, @andrescanovasalcaraz and #nicolásmaruri.image and virtual pavilion: @bestiario__ design team: @graficafutura @ioannesbusca #openthisend #temperaturasextremas @gonarchitectsoutdoors intervention: @anamatosphoto @typosama @ocamicatudancaparticipants: students of Spanish educational environments (2012-2108)photography: @imagensubliminal (Miguel de Guzmán + Rocío Romero)media: #patynúńezagency production: @clorofiladigital #pellisaràfols #nuonled.•Located among learning environments of Architecture, becoming makes an allusion to a vector of the future, with a common educational background in the “Escuela”, which extends to other learning experiences in space and time, in dialogue with other disciplines. Considering teaching practice as a fully-fledged architectural practice, becoming shows Spanish architecture via the works of a superb set of home-grown architects – where women are currently more in number than men -, an architecture which demands rethinking the conditions of learning environments in connection with the new emergencies of the present, abandoning predefined order schemes. Within these fields of learning and investigating, becoming focusses in the actions, speeches and works of the students, leaving to one side both the pedagogical methods which have enabled their development and the tools and actors involved. •#labiennale #venicebiennale2018 #freespace #becoming #exhibition #architecture #spanishpavilion #giardini #venezia #