Not yet realised: pavillion drawings
One of the worlds most influential conceptual artists, Dan Graham has been investigating the relationship between architectural environments and those who inhabit them since the late 1960s. His very personal and intuitive exploration of architectural space and perception has come to be defined by his pavilions.\n\nBlurring the line between art and architecture, Grahams pavilions comprise steel, mirror and glass structures that create diverse optical effects. Created as hybrids, they operate as quasi-functional spaces and art installations. Studies of space and light, they are situated in public spaces and are activated by the presence of the viewer.\n\nRigorously conceptual, uniquely beautiful and avowedly public, the pavilions exhibit a deliberate disorientation and playfulness that Graham encourages.\n\nPublished on the occasion of Dan Graham’s Pavilions exhibition at Lisson Gallery (21 March 28 April 2012).
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