The Art Folly Cubrick by Chanjoong Kim is Bold and Interactive

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Feb 29, 2012 • References: & frameweb
The Art Folly Cubrick by Chanjoong Kim is an interactive public space exhibited outside the walls of the Korean National Museum of Contemporary Art. A fusion between bricks and cubic forms, this abstract architecture piece is both artful and interactive.

A spatial installation, this bold piece dares to test visual boundaries. A dyamically designed piece, the pavilion provides an intriguing experience for its visitors, showcasing a multitude of materialized textures. From stacked shapes to three-dimensional structural elements, this boldly built environment displays six different surfaces.

With an aim to display high art outside of museum walls, The Art Folly Cubrick by Chanjoong Kim is an interactive sculptural piece few will soon forget. Gaining attenton for all the right reasons, this spatial sculpture is all about art exploration. Stats for Abstract Architecture Pavilions Trending: Older & Warm
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