Living Form Exhibition Travels to UK
The Building Centre, London, UK
March 4th – April 30th, 2011
The Building Centre
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in London hosted the traveling Hoberman retrospective, ‘Living Form: The Transformable Work of Chuck Hoberman.’ Having debuted in Japan
at the POLA Museum Annex in early 2010, the exhibition included a collection of commissioned sculptures, prototypes, and inventions that reflect the transformation of Hoberman’s thinking as a designer and inventor from 1990 to Present.
New to this showing - the first Hoberman retrospective held in the UK - is a series of prototypes of Intelligent Surfaces – the adaptive shading systems developed by Hoberman’s Adaptive Building Initiative venture. The prototypes were fabricated in collaboration with Zahner
Through animated sculptures, hands-on exhibits, prints and videos, this multimedia, multidimensional exhibition chronicles the multi-facted and ever-evolving work Hoberman been creating for over twenty years – from kinetic sculpture to live entertainment to adaptive architecture.
The exhibition corresponded with the Adaptive Architecture conference - hosted by The Building Centre and Sponsored by Adaptive Building Initiative and Buro Happold. Chuck Hoberman was a keynote speaker.
Learn more about the Adaptive Architecture conference
Watch streaming video of the lecture by Chuck Hoberman
Photographs by Randi Rosenblum
Video produced by The Building Centre