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Kukje Art Center Interior Rendering

A work made of photomontage/c-print.

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  • A work made of photomontage/c-print.

Date:

2011

Artist:

SO–IL (American, Founded 2008)
Florian Idenburg (Dutch, born 1975)
Jing Liu (Chinese, born 1980)

About this artwork

These renderings are part of the master plan that SO–IL created to expand the Kukje Gallery. The architectural proposal resolves an aesthetic and spatial disjunction between Kukje Gallery’s contemporary and dynamic artist roster and the surrounding neighborhood of Samcheong-ro, the latter marked by historic buildings patterned with a fabric of diverse materials and construction techniques. Deeming the diagrammatic box geometry too rigid for the setting, SO–IL enveloped the structure in a mesh veil, creating a nebulous surface that changes appearance as visitors move through the site. The result is a “white cube” gallery space that is softened by an innovative exterior.

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Architecture and Design

Artist

Solid Objectives - Idenburg Liu (SO-IL) (Architect)

Title

Kukje Art Center Interior Rendering

Place

Netherlands (Artist's nationality)

Date

2011

Medium

Photomontage/C-print

Dimensions

45 × 90 cm (17 3/4 × 35 7/16 in.)

Credit Line

Funds Provided by the Architecture & Design Society

Reference Number

2012.101

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