The Architecture of Transformation
The exhibition trilogy ‘The Architecture of’, curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath, shows artistic positions at the intersection between art and architecture. Each chapter is linked directly to the evolving history of the building BNKR, which was originally built as a camouflaged air raid shelter in the Second World War, then used as an internment camp during the post-war years and finally converted into a residential and office building.
The third and final part of the trilogy, entitled ‘The Architecture of Transformation’, relates to the conversion of the building into its current state and addresses architectural transformation in its social context. Six artists from the United States, Canada, Saudi Arabia, France, Belgium and Switzerland show diverse works in different media, some of which were specially commissioned for the unique architecture of the exhibition spaces.
Sat – Sun 12pm – 6pm
BNKR – current reflections on art and architecture, Ungererstraße 158, 80805 München, Germany