SQ FT: 6,000
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HOW IT WORKS
The 6,000 square foot exhibition space is maximized by a mitochondrial layout, creating five distinct spaces, as well as a front gallery room that becomes a window display visible from the street. The lighting was engineered with moonlight-balanced (4100 Kelvin) arrays, but designed with a reference
to basic supermarkets. A 700-square-foot-succulent garden was added to the gallery's outdoor
space using a non-sequitur architectural cinder block design.
The gallery door is a thousand-pound, ten-foot-by-eight-foot single-pane of glass, balanced on a
central pivot axis, requiring the enterer to compare their body against it. The antechamber of
the gallery is designed to disorient the participant, with stark black bars that project and recess
into the white space - a reference to ancient processions sharply using light and shadow for the