Modified IKEA products (laminated MDF, steel, plastic, hardware), speakers, amplifier, programmed Arduino microcontroller, electronics, 3-channel sound composition by Lou Mallozzi.
64” H x 20” W x 36” D
Installation at S.R. Crown Hall, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago IL
June 2 - July 31 2011
Seven large-scale architectural models built with altered IKEA products. The models and their arrangement are based on seven buildings at the Michael Reese Hospital campus designed between 1945 - 1958 by Walter Gropius, founder of the Bauhaus. Beginning in 2009, the City of Chicago has demolished each building represented in this project.
Modified IKEA products (laminated MDF, aluminum, steel, bamboo, paper, carpet, artificial plant, hardware), electric motor, speakers, amplifier, DVD player, 5-channel sound compositions by Annie Goh.
19” H x 60” W x 35” D (building), 30" H x 52" W x 78" D (landscape)