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FUZZY GRIDS II
COMPLETED WHILE WORKING AT PREDOCK_FRANE
A one day interactive installation at the
The Getty Museum invited Predock_Frane Architects to create a one day interactive and engaging installation.
The team quickly landed on an installation inspired by both the monochrome geometries of Richard Meier's architecture and the organic patterns and colors of Robert Irwin's gardens.
Create an installation that is both systematic and organic.
Cardboard cubes (boxes) were selected as the primary element of the design, which as a field of 250 brings a sense of repetition and order. Each box was painted with a selection of vibrant colors in organic shapes, inspired by the gardens.
As an interactive installation, visitors could rotate and shift the cubes around to create new patterns. This was encouraged through the use of simple prompts, cued by music from Chris Rountree.
A flexible kit of parts visitors can manipulate to form images and patterns.
These vibrant colorful cubes transformed the Getty Plaza into a canvas of color that evolved throughout the day.
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