The Image/Object is an examination of the relationship between image projection, architectural models and image recording technologies. Working across multiple disciplines, it aims to raise questions regarding the status of the architectural model within curatorial practice and to propose alternative strategies for exhibiting architecture.
Architectural models have played an important role in the history of architectural exhibitions where they are presented as self-evident representations of buildings or iterations within design processes. The Image/Object focuses on a history of attempts to break away from self-evident readings of architectural form in order to raise new discussions on the role of the architectural model within exhibition making. The event and larger research project considers examples from performance, scenography, photography and architecture where
spatial concepts like circulation, inhabitation, ritual, temporality, and material transformation are performed and questioned.
Featuring: Adrian Lahoud, Beth Hughes, Kamil Dalkir, David Burns, Mark Campbell, Clara Kraft, Lawrence Wallen, Marco Galofaro, Vincent de Rijk, Frans Parthesius, Steve Salembier and Charlotte Bouckaert (Atelier Bildraum), Marco Ferrari (Folder)