Entropy of a City – exhibition design
Julia Stoschek Collection
at Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle Budapest, Hungary

It is possible to determine the degree of disorder, or entropy, of urban space and the environment which results from human intervention – the city as a system. Thus, we can speak of high entropy in the case of an unexpected “system crash,” such as when a museum is on fire, and low entropy when a Volkswagen beetle will predictably never reach the top of the hill.
The Julia Stoschek Collection is a private collection of contemporary artwork, with its primary focus on time-based media. Each year, new works are selected from the collection and put on view in the exhibition space at its location, in Duesseldorf as well as at outside venues. 
The concept of the group show was developed jointly by the Julia Stoschek Collection and Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle Budapest. 

© the artists
Francis Alÿs | Lonnie van Brummelen | Cao FeJ | Cyprien Gaillard | Klara Lidén | Helen Marten | Gordon Matta-Clark | Robert Smithson | Clemens von Wedemeyer | Andro Wekua | Tobias Zielony

folding technique of the map: Miura fold ミウラ折り
Thanks to Réka Fazakas, Mária Kondor-Szilágyi, Ágnes Mohai, Lívia Rózsás, Zsuzsanna Tulipán and József Készman.
printed by Print City Europe Zrt.


award
Mediadesign Competition, 2nd place in print – flyers, leaflets, posters category

 
 
 
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