The MAK Center announced that “Autonomous Design,” which presents the work of seven contemporary Danish artists, designers and architects, will be open from May 1 to Sept. 5 at the Schindler House on Kings Road.
Functional, practical, commercial: terms long-associated with the applied arts are too-often misperceived as a hindrance to the creative process. The exhibit explores the recent work of Denmark’s designers, who have rendered these “restrictions” as vehicles for innovation. Advanced reservation is required.
The exhibit is part of the MAK Center’s public reopening with expanded hours and ticketing, as well as the implementation of guidelines to keep staff and guests as safe as possible during the coronavirus pandemic. That includes a 20-person maximum capacity, requiring cloth masks or face coverings be worn over the nose and mouth at all times by all visitors and staff, requiring social distancing of 6 feet between all guests, setting up hand sanitizer stations and prohibiting those who have signs of illness from entering.
For information and to book a reservation, visit makcenter.org.
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