Lars Jan: Slow-Moving Luminaries, 07 Dec 2017 — 10 Dec 2017
Exhibitions

Lars Jan: Slow-Moving Luminaries

Oceanfront, between 21st and 22nd Streets, Oceanfront, between 21st and 22nd Streets

For the third Audemars Piguet Art Commission, Los Angeles-based artist Lars Jan, working with guest curator Kathleen Forde, has created “Slow-Moving Luminaries”, an immersive mechanized installation at the Miami Beach oceanfront.
“Slow-Moving Luminaries” is an immersive and kinetic large-scale pavilion hosting a labyrinth within. Presented on a site spanning 100 by 50 feet, the work invites viewers to partake in a journey across its upper and lower decks. Standing in stark contrast from one another, the lower deck boasts an extravagant maze of scrim and flora, and the upper deck a shallow, reflective pool of water, through which building models that mimic the surrounding skyline emerge and recede in concert, but at varying speeds throughout the day.

Dec 7 – 10, 2017, 3pm – 11pm

Read here our interview to Lars Jan about his works and new Audemars Piguet commission.

Contacts & Details
CLOSING DAYS:
mon, tue, wed

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ADDRESS
Oceanfront, between 21st and 22nd Streets, Oceanfront, between 21st and 22nd Streets