SOFTlab will be speaking this Friday in Mexico City as part of foro Entre 2012. The overall event spans three days with a number of great speakers, Vito Acconci, Michel Rojkind, Gabriel de la Mors, ToroLab, Archdaily, and many others.
We will be designing the environment for this year’s Beaux Arts Ball along with Natasha Jen of Pentagram. The ball will be the night of September 22nd at the Williamsburgh Savings Bank. We are excited to be working with the Architectural League and an amazing space.
You can find info for the ball and purchase tickets here.
SOFTlab will be speaking tomorrow night as part of the Architectural League Prize along with Seung Teak Lee and Mi Jung Lim of STPMJ and Koji Tsutsui of Koji Tsutsui & Associates. The talks will take place in the Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Auditorium at Parsons on 13th St. and 5th Ave. More info here.
If you can’t make either of the talks, it is definitely worth checking out the exhibition of all this year’s winners in the gallery next to the auditorium: Jorge Arvizu, Ignacio del Rio, Emmanuel Ramirez, and Diego Ricalde, MMX Studio, Mexico City, Jimenez Lai, Bureau Spectacular, Chicago, Sean Lally, WEATHERS / Sean Lally, Chicago, Seung Teak Lee and Mi Jung Lim, STPMJ, Brooklyn, Michael Szivos, SOFTlab, New York, Koji Tsutsui, Koji Tsutsui & Associates, San Francisco and Tokyo.
We just got back from Designer Werktag in Munich. We designed an interior installation for this year’s Designer Werktag produced by Glas Trösch. It was a lot of fun and great to finally meet everyone from Glas Trösch. Thanks to Christian and his team for making sure that the installation came together. The event took place over a couple of days in Munich’s Fruchthof. Each day there were a number of great speaker’s:
More images of the event after the jump…
All photos courtesy of Glas Trösch.
If you are around this weekend hope you can make your way out to Dumbo for the Creator’s Project | New York 2011. A lot of crazy fun things going on: Florence + The Machine, Justice, United Visual Artists outdoor installation from Coachella, Karen O’s “Psycho Opera”, film screenings, perfomances, and many great installations. All of our favorite things! We are wrapping up our installation today at 55 Washington Street. Many thanks to Vice and Intel for getting us involved and supporting the project the whole way through! Hope to see you all this weekend.
Bring To Light is happening tomorrow night! Over 50 artists will project, display, turn on and shine their various projects tomorrow night in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. We worked with our good friend Natasha Jen and the folks over at Nuit Blanche NY to produce the website for the event. If you are around tomorrow it will definitely be worth checking out!
We will part of the Archi-Film Mashup 2 currated by Superfront and taking place at 3rd Ward at 4:30 on Saturday May 27th. We don’t really know what’s going to happen yet… usually pretty fun when you throw a bunch of interesting people in a jar and shake it up! We are interested in meeting, presenting, and mashing up with the whole group: Antonio Torres & Michael Loverich of Bittertang, Janette Kim & Erik Carver of The Underdome, and Danielle Willems of Volatile Matter.
We will trying out some real time green screening and sketching!
Last Saturday was lot of fun! and our piece was still hanging after many drinks were served. 1500 LEDs later…. we pretty much finished our piece for the entry to the school on Mott and Prince the late the night before, so we were able to enjoy all of the events during the day. A lot of people came out to see a lot of great work. We have photos from our photographer up soon!
A bunch of photos after the jump…
Saturday was amazing and a lot of fun! Our good friends at Nuit Blanche and all of the other organizers of the many events really tore the roof off in the Bowery. It was one of those nights that really makes us realize why we love living and working in NYC . Great to see creative people prove that they not only know how to party, but that they can get people on the streets to stop and wonder how the city can be made better through art and design. The hangover was definitely worth it!
Hope you all will make it downtown this weekend for the New Museum’s Festival of Ideas For the New City. A lot of fun and interesting projects are going on around, near, and all over the Bowery! We are producing an installation out of 1500 LEDs and a bunch of Mylar as part of Flash:Light organized by Nuit Blanche New york. Our installation will hang in the entrance to the courtyard of 233 Mott Street. We also produced a piece for projection onto the New Museum facade along with a number of artists including our friends over at Acconci Studio and Terraform One. The projections will start Saturday night May 7th at 8pm. We can’t wait to see the museum breath, melt, get taped, grown, covered in hair and pretty much get transformed into an eight story hot box!
We are also working with Nuit Blanche and the New Museum on a fold up New Museum that features the projection of various artists. If all goes well these will be available on site this weekend. Hope to see you all there… will be a lot of fun!