Toronto, ON, CA
LENTICULAR CURTAIN | BREATHTAKING: Constructed Landscapes
Architecture Exhibition Fall 2012
29 September—23 December 2012 | Harbourfront Centre, Toronto
TORONTO — On 29 September 2012, the Architecture Exhibition Fall 2012 opened at Harboufront Centre in Toronto. Curated by Patrick Macaulay, BREATHTAKING: Constructed Landscapes features PLANT Architect Inc.’s installation Lenticular Curtain alongside the works of architects Baird Sampson Neuert, Idea Tank Design Collective, and visual artist Vid Ingelevics.
BREATHTAKING: Constructed Landscapes explores the use of architecture in defining and directing how people view and understand nature and landscape. In response to the curatorial question “How can architecture create an awe-inspiring experience through the placement of built form within the landscape?”, PLANT Architect Inc. designed an immersive architecture meant to infuse, inhabit, and amplify the landscape. Lenticular Curtain is a larger-than-life, interactive lantern—a sculptural and spatial intervention that, when entered, disturbs and distorts multiple landscapes in order to form new ones. The central role of the visitor, whether static or in motion, allows for multiple experiences of the site, coalescing and solidifying these ephemeral and often ambiguous spaces.
ABOUT PLANT ARCHITECT INC.
PLANT Architect Inc. is an award-winning, collaborative firm that branches into the domains of architecture, landscape, ecology, furniture, art and graphic design. Synthesizing the expertise of these disciplines, PLANT integrates architectural, sculptural, and landscape interventions to articulate new meanings, create a set of visceral experiences, and form critical, interdisciplinary dialogues about place, memory, ecology, history, art, and culture. For more information about PLANT’s practice, please visit www.branchplant.com.
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Angelica Demetriou — Communications Manager, PLANT Architect Inc. | Tel 416.979.2012 ext. 230 | firstname.lastname@example.org