Dan Graham and Günther Vogt are presenting a further cooperation at the Institute for History and Theory of Architecture (GTA). Along with the exhibition, a book by the artist Dan Graham will be published. It investigates his model-like work that combines art, architecture, and nature.
Both the first part of our 'Wunderkammer' (previously exhibited at the Luma Fondation), and our new second part will be presented at the ETH Zurich. The third Wunderkammer will be exhibited in New York at the end of the year. The three Wunderkammern have the following topic: Collecting, Recording, and Translating.
The complete installation is conceived as a set of three unfolding Wunderkammern documenting the techniques, attitudes, and artifacts of Field Trips we take, both independently and as an office. This encompasses the themes relating to how we approach the field and more specifically, how our individual modes of engaging with landscape affect the collective culture of VOGT as a practice. Our Field Methodologies are broadly organized into three primary techniques. Each technique is encapsulated in a discrete cabinet - a so-called Wunderkammer
Opening 14th April 2015 at 7pm
The exhibition takes place from April 15 2015 until Sunday June 21 2015 Mon-Fri 10-18 at ETH Zurich, HIL, Hönggerberg