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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Today's archidose #427


PS1, originally uploaded by a tanz.

"Pole Dance" installation at MoMA P.S.1 in Long Island City, Queens by SO-IL, 2010. See more shots of the installation in Alan R. Tansey's flickr set and at Domus Magazine.

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3 comments:

  1. This was the winner of a competition?

    Although I really like the "playground in a prison yard"
    effect.

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  2. Would be nice to see photos with "inmates", not just pole dancers.

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  3. Did they get this idea from Chuck E. Cheese?

    Sort of reminds me of PS 1's first architectural folly, which was a castle keep DJ platform, with turreted columns in the corners, by Philip Johnson.

    The medievalism was redundant, considering what the then new courtyard, looked like.
    The infantilism was something to think about, though.

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