The architecture of the Centre Pompidou-Metz has unusual characteristics: the remarkable size of its main nave and the variety of its exhibition areas, with large open spaces and more intimate places that encourage inventiveness and continually surprise the visitor.
Dissected artists by DDB Brazil for the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) Art School
Universal Everything (UK studio) motion-captured a dancer to make this animation, which is projected onto the world’s highest-resolution screen.
Artist Installation Joe Pardo
Pardo uses a CNC machine to cut and route mdf boards based on instructions from a computer file. The mdf boards are then hand painted and hung on the wall which fit together like puzzle pieces. Fabric lamps were hung from the ceiling, linking the wall art to the architecture of the space.