The Experimental Architecture Biennial – Volume#2: New Manifesto is an exhibition and symposium that focuses on digital culture, on new topics related to digital paradigms of the twenty-first century, and on looking forward for new, creative visions in architecture, design, and art. (Source)
MONAD Studio, founded by Associate Professor of Architecture Eric Goldemberg and architect Veronica Zalcberg, has been invited to exhibit in the New Manifesto exhibition that opens on Thursday, September 3rd in Prague, Czech Republic. Professor Goldemberg will also speak at the New Manifesto symposium on Tuesday, September 15th. As part of his presentation, a mini-concert featuring the 3D-printed travel bass guitar will take place. Local musicians will participate in the concert.
“We will be in great company!” said Professor Goldemberg, as he listed the fellow participants in the biennial:
Tom Wiscombe, Marc Fornes, Neri Oxman, Achim Menges, Marc Foster Gage,
Robert Stuart-Smith & Roland Snooks, Matias Del Campo & Sandra Manninger,
Theo Spyropoulos & Stephen Spyropoulos, Marcelo Spina & Georgina Huljich,
Fabio Gramazio & Matthias Kohler, Gilles Retsin, Francis Bitonti, Jose Sanchez,
Kristina Schinegger & Stefan Rutzinger, Anastasios Tellios, Claudia Pasquero & Marco Polleto,
Davide del Giudice & Alesio Erioli & Andrea Graziano, Michael Pawlyn & Yaniv Peer, Jindrich Raftl,
Anastasios Tellios, Kristina Schinegger, Jose Sanchez, Gilles Retsin, Roland Snooks, Eric Goldemberg, Jindrich Raftl, Adam Vukmanov
The Experimental Architecture Biennial – Volume#2: New Manifesto exhibition will open on Thursday, September 3rd, 2015 at 7PM, at Galerie Jaroslava Fragnera: Betlémské náměstí 5a, 110 00 Praha 1. The exhibition will run until Sunday, October 18th, 2015.
The Experimental Architecture Biennial – Volume#2: New Manifesto symposium will take place on Tuesday, September 15th, 2015 from 8:45PM to 5:15PM at Nákladové nádraží Žižkov, Jana Želivského 2, 130 00 Praha 3. Professor Eric Goldemberg will speak at 2:40PM.
The featured image is of the 3D-printed travel bass guitar that will be played in Prague. The image is provided courtesy of MONAD Studio.