Arata Isozaki “Labyrinth in Motion”

Misa Shin Gallery

poster for Arata Isozaki “Labyrinth in Motion”

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Isozaki’s diverse array of works, ranging from his current projects to those dating back to the 1960s, all share the idea of architecture as “anti-fixation.” They are approached from a broadened concept of what architecture can be.
The following drawings and models originally presented at previous exhibitions are on display:

• “Fukuoka Mutual Bank Oita Branch” (1966). Presented at the “Colors and Space” and “From Space to Environment.”
• “A House” (1969). A house consisting entirely of robot-like contraptions that respond to the residents’ movements.
• “Obscured Horizon” (2007). Bedrooms erected in the Californian desert.
• “Ark Nova” (2012). A mobile concert hall for a proposal to create a theatrical space within architecture.
•“Fukuoka Mutual Bank Oita Branch Silkscreen”

[Image: “Obscured Horizon” (2007) Ink on tracing paper]



from January 24, 2014 to March 08, 2014

Opening Reception on 2014-01-24 from 18:00 to 20:00


Arata Isozaki



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