Sunday, June 28, 2020. Event starts at 3 pm
RSVP ON ZOOM REQUIRED
Artists Luftwerk will do an online artist talk and discussion on Sunday, June 7. The event will be moderated by Iker Gil, editor in chief of MAS Context.
In this event, organized by the Goethe Institut Chicago in collaboration with the Fundació Mies van der Rohe, Elmhurst Art Museum/McCormick House, Farnsworth House, and MAS Context, Luftwerk will discuss the interventions in buildings designed by Mies van der Rohe that they have done throughout the years. In the Q+A session that follows the artist talk, Ivan Blasi (Fundació Mies van der Rohe), John McKinnon (Elmhurst Art Museum/McCormick House), and Scott Mehaffey (Farnsworth House) are available to answer questions about the Mies van der Rohe structures in their care.
During the first week of June, the different organizations will feature some of the light interventions and installations by Luftwerk on social media.
If you have Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, live-tweet your viewing experience under the hashtag #LuftwerkMies.
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Luftwerk “MAS Context Spring Talks 2014”
Parallel Perspectives at McCormick House in Elmhurst
INsite at the Farnsworth House
Geometry of Light at the Farnsworth House
Geometry of Light at the Barcelona Pavilion
Luftwerk explores light, color, and perception in immersive, installations. Focused on the context of a site for each project, Luftwerk applies their interpretive layer, integrating physical structure, historical context, and embedded information into each piece. Since founding 2007, Luftwerk has amassed a significant body of work ranging from site-specific installations to experimental projects that interpret data. Luftwerk is the artistic collaboration of Petra Bachmaier and Sean Gallero.
www.luftwerk.net | @_luftwerk
Iker Gil is a Chicago-based architect, editor, and curator. He is the director of MAS Studio, a collaborative architecture and design firm as well as the founder and editor-in-chief of the design journal MAS Context. He teaches architecture studios at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and, since 2019, he is the executive director of the SOM Foundation. Gil has collaborated with architects, artists, and designers on projects including Geometry of Light at the Barcelona Pavilion and Farnsworth House, Inside Marina City, and the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin signage standards. Gil was the Associate Curator of the US Pavilion at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale. He has curated exhibitions at the Chicago Architecture Biennial, the Graham Foundation, and the Art Institute of Chicago.
www.mas-studio.com | @MASContext