Dalieh Panels Light Pink BY Rotor
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Dalieh Panels Light Pink
Mixed media from the fishing houses destroyed by the army in Dalieh in Lebanon in 2015
in / Black 75 x 55; Light Pink 47 x 47; Purple 62 x 46; Blue 27 x 30; Pink 39 x 32
cm / Black 190 x 140; Light Pink 120 x 120; Purple 157 x 116; Blue 67 x 77
€ 8.000,00 EUR ex. VAT
Founded in 2005, Rotor is a group of architects, designers and other professionals interested in material flows in industry and construction, particularly in relation to resources, waste, use and reuse. Rotor disseminates creative strategies for salvage and waste reduction through workshops, publications, and exhibitions. They represented Belgium at the 12th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennial in 2010. Their exhibition, Usus Usures explored wear as a reaction to use in architecture and as potentially creative process.
For the Prada Foundation, Milan, they curated ex limbo, an installation of OMA designs for the Prada catwalk. The same year, 2011, they curated and designed the OMA/Progress show in the Barbican Art Gallery in London, an overview of the work of Rem Koolhaas’s Office for Metropolitan Architecture, while in 2013 they curated the Oslo Architecture Triennale, including a vast exhibition on the challenges facing ’sustainable’ architecture today, Behind the Green Door. Rotor’s approach consistently—and very often visually—emphasizes the effects of human planning, oversight, and extended use on the built environment.
In parallel with these exhibition projects, Rotor continued to realize various design projects, often interventions in existing architecture. This work has its equivalent in a growing series of deconstruction projects in which Rotor oversees the dismantlement of building components, in buildings slated for demolition, for reuse purposes. These dismantling and reselling activities are conducted under the heading of Rotor Deconstruction, a separate, spin-off entity created in 2014. It is specialized in the dismantling of large-scale office interiors.