Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Brooklyn Museum transformation in progress

The Brooklyn Museum's Great Hall has undergone a massive site-specific installation, with its 16 columns fitted with white fabric that plays with the classic form in a dramatic way in "reOrder: An Archiectural Environment."

The design, by DUMBO's Situ Studio, has been months in the making, and the full transformation will be unveiled this Friday when the installation opens.

For now, enjoy the video below of the installation in progress, where the camera moved 700 feet over three weeks for 200 hours of work. Thanks to the power of time-lapse video, it's less than three minutes long.

Transforming the Great Hall from Situ Studio on Vimeo.


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