The Fundació Mies van der Rohe and MAS Contextare pleased to announce Geometry of Light, an art intervention by Luftwerk in collaboration with Iker Gil that will take place at the Barcelona Pavilion, February 10-17, 2019 as part of their ongoing program of artistic interventions.
Geometry of Light is an immersive intervention at the Barcelona Pavilion envisioned as a contemporary lens for this important masterpiece, highlighting and expanding upon the architectural and material features of this structure. In concert with the projected light and patterns, a custom-designed sound piece by Oriol Tarragó is integral to this experience.
HAZE | TRÜBE
Goethe Pop Up Kansas Citywelcomes the German-American artistic collaboration of Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero (Luftwerk) as they kickoff their month-long exhibition with us on First Friday. Come join us for the first night of this very exciting exhibition in the framework of the Year of German American Friendship.
Geometry of Light | Fundraiser
Thursday, December 13, 2018. Event starts at 6 pm.
$25 RSVP HERE
Luftwerk and MAS Context, in collaboration with the Mies van der Rohe Society, invite you to an event that includes the announcement of their upcoming project Geometry of Light and the screening of the documentary Mies on Scene. The event will take place at the historic Robert F. Carr Memorial Chapel of St. Savior at IIT, the only building ever designed by Mies van der Rohe for religious services (65 E 32nd St, Chicago, IL 60616).
Architect Dirk Lohan, grandson of Mies van der Rohe, will share insights about the Barcelona pavilion as an emblematic work of the Modern Movement as well as a critical project in the career of Mies van der Rohe.
Responding to the form and function of the entrance hallway at 21c Kansas City, Luftwerk’s Linear Sky produces an anamorphic optical illusion of an expanding, outward pattern of line and color upon both entering and exiting the ramp.
Transition | Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy
Luftwerk’s artwork titled Transition traces a portion of the Greenway path as it shines a light—both literally and metaphorically—on this connective artery in the city. Celebrating the green layer that reunites the neighborhoods once divided by the freeway, it nods to the now buried thoroughfare of Interstate 93 below.