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Architecture by Johanna Meyer-Grohbrügge

19.04.17 - 04.07.18

The intention behind the architecture for “Stop making sense, it’s as good as it gets.”  stems from the idea of softening the hard edges of the concrete walls and ceilings of the bunker. To do this there will be strings throughout the exhibition both in the exhibition rooms as well as in the hallways and staircases.

By using string that spans both short and long distances as well as traveling on multiple elevations the spaces become dynamically connected to one another. Here, another layer of information and shape is added to an otherwise harsh form.

Furthermore, because of the flexibility and distinct qualities of the string they become an installation that can be used for a multitude of different events and shows while also being able to stand alone as a single body.

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Architecture by Johanna Meyer-Grohbrügge / Photography: Edward Beierle


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Architecture by Johanna Meyer-Grohbrügge / Photography: Edward Beierle