Bernard Tschumi

Transprogramming, Disprogramming

'89 Oct.12-Nov.11

Drawings are arranged systematically on the walls. Lying in the center of the gallery is a red painted object serving as a base. Models are fixed to its sharply cut, angled surface, themselves tilting at an angle to produce a sense of direction and speed. This colorful, stimulating installation is typical of his style. In this courageous farewell to modernist architecture, Tschumi delivers a highly suggestive proposal for urban design in which he unveils his own independent theory of architecture, once again proving himself to be a leading innovator in contemporary international architecture.
exhibition scene
Photo by Mitsumasa Fujitsuka
Lecture : Transprogramming, Disprogramming
          Tokyo : Oct.13
          Nagoya : Oct.17

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