Interview with Kengo Kuma, V&A Dundee in Scotland, 2018
Holy See Vatican Chapels, Venice Architecture Biennale 2018
The Shape that Makes the Black
Made in collaboration with Torkwase Dyson for the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) PopRally, this film installation is concerned with the ritual production of geometries that inform the nonlinear and indeterminable conditions of blackness and black as metaphors and matter. Dyson has carefully built a drawing tool, with which to make a live-action drawing of an event horizon in the Museum.
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice [above]
Perhaps the greatest joy in our work is how you never quite know what will happen when you hit that record button. While having the profound privilege to document the brilliant memorial nature took over and brought the most serendipitous weather for such an emotional work of architecture.
- Director Adam Goss
Dimensions of Citizenship
The US Pavilion at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, explores seven spatial scales: Citizen, Civitas, Region, Nation, Globe, Network, and Cosmos. These scales, telescoping from body to city to heavens, broadly position citizenship as a critical global topic.
Spirit of Space directed a digital version of the exhbition that explores the visions of the curatorial team. The project includes one full length feature and shorts for every project in the Pavilion.