Four Salvaged Boxes
Ongoing at UO Portland: Four Salvaged Boxes: wHY@work
: "The 4 Boxes document the approach and process wHY Architecture and Design applied toward quality design and creative environmental sustainability...When closed, the boxes function as their own traveling crates, protecting their inner contents. When opened, the boxes unfold to present information about the sustainable design features of the Grand Rapids Art Museum and other innovative green projects, through the use of diagrams, models, material samples and videos." The show will be on view through April 15, 2010. Yo-ichiro Hakomori, AIA and Kulapat Yantrasast, AIA, will lecture next week on "A Crisis is a Terrible Thing to Waste" in conjunction with the exhibition.
Reception • 12-1:30pm • March 30
Lecture • 2-3pm • March 30
University of Oregon Portland
• White Stag Building • 70 NW Couch
4D Sidewalks on Lower E Burnside
RACC's in situ PORTLAND
temporary public art program presents 4D Sidewalk
, a collaboration between urban workshop Cityscope
and artist David Neveel. "4D Sidewalk creates a temporal event by recording and broadcasting a series of time-shifted video at street level, bringing the fourth dimension of time into the experience of the building. This interactive installation creates a feedback relationship with pedestrians and explores the extent to which a building can actively shape its environment."
Public art • on view through May 1, 2010 • daily 6pm-midnight
• 524 E Burnside
Don't we experience buildings in four dimensions... already?
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