reOrder: An Architectural Environment by Situ Studio

Hall, 1st floor

A site-specific installation created by Situ Studio, an architectural firm specializing in design and fabrication, will inaugurate the first phase of the Brooklyn Museum’s project for the 10,000-square-foot colonnaded hall on the first floor. The installation will use the architecture of the Hall to create a system of canopies to transform and refigure the space.

Art Exhibition previously on at Brooklyn Museum of Art in United States.
From Friday 04 February 2011 to Sunday 01 January 2012

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Published by Brooklyn Museum on Monday 03 May 2010.
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Twelve to fifteen existing monumental columns will be used to create a network of stretched semitranslucent fabric, plywood forms, and molded benches and tables.

Situ Studio is a creative practice that engages in experimental work in a variety of media that develops flexible strategies to address spatial problems. The renovated Hall is by Polshek Partnership Architects.

Organization: The installation is organized by Judy Kim, Curator of Exhibitions/Head Exhibitions Division,
Brooklyn Museum.