An architecture for the Museum for Evolving Art
The Museum for Evolving Art was an artist collective from Germany producing weird ideas and crazy projects, like this one. Standing before the conundrum of what the architecture of their imaginary building could possibly look like, the directors invited artists and thinkers to come up with concepts, models and spontaneous ideas.
As a possible architecture for an imaginary museum, the image of a think-tank emerged for me. I tried to design a room that provides the space to sit down and ponder, to listen to sounds, to read some quotes from texts on physics and literature, and hopefully to get inspired to express your own creative contribution and devise possible mental structures.
A room installation with sound, gym mats, boule balls, a hammock, drawings, texts and a ‘perception object’ made of cardboard and sponge that might help to look at the world from a different angle, or just provides a thinking companion.
Kulturbahnhof Kassel, 2000