31 Jul 2011 • Installation
Blurring boundaries between art, furniture and architecture, a massive installation is 142-sq-m of undulating orange curves.
The free-form seating environment sits in a 622-sq-m atrium at the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive. It can be used as a lounge, location for film screenings, live performances and multimedia events.
The pre-fabricated volume is made of bendable plywood which form 150 individually-curved modules, which were crafted using a digital laser cutting process. The modules are fastened together and are lightweight, comprised of 93 per cent air.
The project was commissioned by the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive and can be seen until the end of 2011.