Saturday, July 16, 2011

Today's archidose #511

Below are photos of the "Alexander Brodsky: It still amazes me that I became an architect" exhibition at the Architekturzentrum Wien in Vienna, Austria. The exhibition is on display until October 3, 2011. Photographs are by Yuri Palmin. From the exhibition web page:
"Alexander Brodsky has realized a 'Total Installation' for the Az W that takes up the exhibition hall, drawing visitors into its wake: The day becomes night, the dimensions of space and time appear to slowly dissolve as one paces an archaeological chamber of wonders. Having returned to daylight, a selection of Brodsky's completed projects provides insights into his architectural oeuvre."
Alexander Brodsky's exhibition at Az W

Alexander Brodsky's exhibition at Az W

Alexander Brodsky's exhibition at Az W

Alexander Brodsky's exhibition at Az W

Alexander Brodsky's exhibition at Az W

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4 comments:

  1. Really very interesting , but i do not why just can not catch the point! :)

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  2. Reminds of an installation in the MFA right now by Dale Chihuly - you walk under a glass ceiling which has layers of coloured glass sculptures sitting on top of it so the light shines through the coloured glass into the room below the glass ceiling. Very impressive.

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  3. I think most people would agree that these are some very creative pieces. I bet the project is coming along nicely. Please share the ending outcome when completed.

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  4. I'm guessing this is a space that has to be experienced to be appreciated. Too bad I can't hop on over to Austria to verify that.

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