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2001 Liquiesence


Project Description

Liquiesence was commissioned in 2001 by the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, New York, for the first American Design Triennial. The only exhibition of its kind in the United States, the Triennial presents a critical review of leading developments and emerging figures - shaping current discourses in American architecture, media and design. The exhibition included leading designers and architects in the field including, Julie Taymor, Bruce Mau, Steven Holl, John Maeda and Stefan Sagmeister, and was curated by renowned designers and historians Donald Albrecht, Ellen Lupton, and Steven Skov Holt.

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Interior installation view of southern structure with visitor watching video projections at dusk.




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Documentary excerpts from Liquiesence installation, architectural components and digital video projections.




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Interview excerpts from KQED television series SpringBoard, describing Liquiesence at the Smithsonian's, inaugural American Design Triennial held at Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum New York, 2001.

 

 

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