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So What 


by SUGIBERRY 




© MAGAZIN 2021




So What

We were invited to do an exhibition.

Later on, it was explained to us that usually there is some kind of bar for the opening, and that maybe we could re-open the window in the back room, that was closed up some time ago, and the windows in the front room, which should be able to open up, but for which there is no key.

One day we saw some photos of the previous exhibition’s buildup in the front room, and noticed a visual resemblance between the two main materials, which made it seem obvious that we should use them to make the bar, there.

It reminded us of some of our projects, where we also used two materials with a visual resemblance, which made us think, this being an exhibition on our work, and still having the unused back room, it would make sense to display those material diptychs there.

And then, we felt it was reasonable for a window to sometimes be open, so that is what we did.




Opening 09.07.2021    7 pm 

Exhibition 10.07. - 14.08.2021



Panel Discussion 30.07.2021   6:30 pm

    with
Mayu Takasugi and Johannes Berry - architects
Ute Müller - artist
Herbert Justnik - curator, cultural scientist
Hermann Czech (requested) - architect
   
at 
MAGAZIN, Weyringergasse 27i, Vienna
      





SUGIBERRY

sugiberry is an architectural practice based in Brussels, that was founded in 2016 by Johannes Berry and Mayu Takasugi. They have realized projects in Belgium, South Africa and Japan, with ongoing projects in Belgium, South Africa and the United States of America.


http://www.sugiberry.com




























































All Photos by Simon Veres