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Group 39 of the MAK Center’s Artists and Architects-in-Residence program present the results of their six-month stay in Los Angeles tonight at the Mackey Apartments and Garage Top.
Berlin-based collaborators Eric Bell and Kristoffer Frick have focused on how the pursuit of comfort is a key part of the psychological experience of the built environment, emphasizing air, ventilation and climate-controlled environments.
Bell and Frick will exhibit work made together with L.A.-based artist Nate Hess incorporating 3D scans of succulents.
Additionally, Vienna-based architects Elisabeth Haid and Josef Schröck’s work will also be on display.
Since day one of their residency, Haid and Schröck have studied how the position of the L.A. River has been distinctly related to the city’s image of itself throughout its development history.
Brussels-based architects Bernhard Luthringshausen and Evelyn Temmel offer a unique mock-open house at the MAK Center, serving as commentary to the real estate agency open house in Southern California.
Berlin-based artist Mirjam Thomann will present unit #3 of the Mackey Apartments, where she has lived and worked during the past six months.
The windows of the apartment will be altered to reference the window splashes one finds on commercial storefronts all across Los Angeles.
The exhibit opening will be today at 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. After that, guests can stop by March 13 to 15, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Mackey Apartments and Garage Top, located at 1137 South Cochran Ave. Admission to the exhibition is free.
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