Type : Academic Competition

Client: Art Alliance Austin

Program: Outdoor installation

Location: Austin, TX, USA

Budget: $10,000

Area: 200 sq.ft.

Calendar: 2010

 

(Collaboration with Amar Shah)

 

street frames

This temporary outdoor exhibition gallery space intends to integrate a responsive architecture with artwork. The proposal creates a dialogue between art and architecture. A minimal design approach allows for full expression of the artwork.

 

The pavilion is built out of wood pieces that are easily connected and disconnected to create a weaving structure that adapts to different event conditions and types of art. This assemblage re-adapts to create three different conditions. The artist exposed, the artist contained, and the artist framed enable a play between urban environment and art watching stations.