Jorge Pardo

Jorge Pardo: Prototype

September 17, 2003 - January 11, 2004

<p>Jorge Pardo. <i>Prototype</i>, 2003. Photo: David Allison.</p>

Jorge Pardo. Prototype, 2003. Photo: David Allison.

 
 
 

Prototype is a full-scale variant of a plywood structure that will be adapted for diverse functions, ranging from a house in the tropics to a movie theater in an urban park. Made in Pardo’s studio, this kit capitalizes on the potential of computer-based technologies to introduce an economic vocabulary based on irregular geometric forms and tensile structural systems.

 

Bibliography

Jorge Pardo. Ed. Jörn Schafaff and Barbara Steiner. Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje Cantz, 2000. Texts by Philippe Parreno, Jörn Schafaff, Stephan Schmidt-Wulffen, Andreas Spiegel, Frances Stark, and Barbara Steiner.

Jorge Pardo. Basel: Schwabe, in association with Kunsthalle Basel, 2000.

Jorge Pardo. Philadelphia: Fabric Workshop and Museum, 1999. Texts by Paola Antonelli, Steven Beyer, Marion Boulton Stroud, Jorge Pardo, and Christiane Schneider.

Jorge Pardo. London: Royal Festival Hall, 1999. Text by Jan Tumlir.

Jorge Pardo (special box catalogue). Ed. Russell Ferguson. Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago,1997. Texts by Ann Goldstein, Stacia Payne, and an interview by Amada Cruz.

Jorge Pardo. Tokyo: Person’s Weekend Museum, 1993. Texts by Timothy Blum and George Porcari.

 
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