Transitory Objects
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Matthew Ritchie, Aranda/Lasch and Daniel Bosia (Arup AGU)

An assembly of modules from a previous installation, "The Evening Line, 2008," made of aluminium alloy and black epoxy with aggregate coating; 300 x 600 x 320 cm (118 x 236 x 126 in)

Alisa Andrasek/BIOTHING
Mesonic Emission/Seroussi Pavilion Paris 2007

SS model; 20 x 20 x 20 cm (7.9 x 7.9 x 7.9 in)

R&Sie(n) / François Roche and Stephanie Lavaux with Stephan Henrich and Benoit Duradin
I've heard about, a flat, fat, growing urban experiment, 20052010

3D print model by FDM (fusing deposition modeling)

Hernan Diaz Alonso/ XEFIROTARCH
T-B A21 Patagonia, 2008

Still from a single-channel video, 3 min 39 sec, color, silent
Commissioned by Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary

Greg Lynn FORM
Blobwall, 2007

Low-density, recyclable and impact-resistant polymer (polymer produced by Panelite, USA) 217.2 x 373.4 x 121.9 cm (85.5 x 147 x 48 in)
Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary

Matthew Ritchie, Aranda/Lasch and Daniel Bosia (Arup AGU)

An inset of Ritchie's groups' reassembled modules from "The Evening Line, 2008."

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