According to ArchDaily the installation by 51N4E at the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial is one of 15 must sees.
ArchDaily: 'Brussels-based practice 51N41, led by Johan Anrys and Freek Persyn, attempts to reveal architecture as a transformative process that “generates a productive fiction”. Located in the Dance Studio—a darkened room on the ground floor of the Chicago Cultural Center—the installation is composed of films by contemporary artists and a constellation of symbolic objects relating to two projects of different scales, the larger of which being Skanderbeg Square (Tirana, 2012). Travel, by David Clauerbout, is a particularly rich audio-visual of close encounters with natural environments and artificial woodland paths, suggesting that our collective understanding of what constitutes the built environment is more pervasive than we might at first imagine.' (source: www.archdaily.com)