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Bēhance

  • The exhibition explores the oval as a specific connection between geometry and space: The oval as architectural geometry is articulated in different spatial seams to an interior that represents the outline of a pavilion. This begets a space of pools and turbulence, of intersection and volume. It produces an architecture not only of air-space, but one that is both the body and its cavity.
     
    Source 
    Blunt, Anthony. Baroque and Rococo, Architecture and Decoration. New York: Portland House, p. 41.

    Credits 
    Søren Oskar Duvald 
    Pétur Örn Eyjólfsson
    Peter Møller Rasmussen

    The project was funded by the Danish Arts Foundation