Responding to the ever-systematizing structures of Modernist Architecture, the Radical Architecture Movement denoted a critique that included utopian and often dystopian possibilities. From the beginning, Gianni Pettena’s practice aimed to better understand how architecture ultimately succumbs to the powers of nature, and he developed strategies that embraced such forces. Gianni Pettena: Forgiven by Nature looks at how the artist has established his particular style of engaging with the landscape through tensions between man and nature. Early film, documentation, spatial interventions, photographs, drawings, and archival materials make up the presentation at UMOCA. Pettena has also produced several on-site installations including Human Wall and Human Space, as well as a new version of The Absence of Bodies (Laundry) (1969/2013). Exhibition held in the Street Gallery space.