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    Meta-Horizons, The Future Now
    Schedule
    2022-05-26 ~ 2022-09-18
    Location
    Museum 2st Design Museum
    Operating time
    Monday to Sunday 10:00 ~ 20:00 (※Closed on Chuseok)
    Admission Fee
    10,000 won for General, 7,500 won teenagers and children
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    Meta-Horizons, The Future Now


    The Future that Begins on May 26, 2022 at DDP


    The Seoul Design Foundation is holding the exhibition “Meta Horizons: The Future Now”, the first special exhibition planned by the DDP Design Museum from May 26 to September 18, 2022.

    Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA), a pioneer in future architecture who also designed DDP and Refik Anadol Studio that turned Seoul Light, a public art installation, into a spectacle beyond media art were involved in the exhibition. It is intended to showcase a journey of trailblazing designers to utopia. The message of the exhibition is, “The future we always imagined has already begun and the world we know will be completely changed.” At this venue, you can be immersed in the boundless imagination of how people in different fields, as well as architects, develop innovative technologies, driven by fearless passion and bold research, and of what marvelous changes the world will go through.


    The exhibition has three areas: ‘Innovation - Process & Research’, ‘Imagination – Design & Virtual’, and ‘Interaction – Technologies & Collaboration’. The joint work ‘Architecting the Metaverse’ combines the products of ZHA’s pioneering research and challenging spirit including computer digital technology, eco-friendly & sustainable architecture, AI-based design & application of VR, and Refik Aanadol’s experiences & know-how, which have together opened a new chapter in media art by taking advantage of AI in art.

     

    We strive to look into what potential future designs provide to create a better future by collaboration, while exploring and crossing the boundaries between past & present, virtual & real, and different genres. We hope for your interest and participation in “the future that has begun”, a result of endless challenges and innovations.


    Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA),
    Pioneers in future architecture who designed DDP

    Liberland Metaverse, 2022

    Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects,
    powered by Mytaverse.
    Render by Mytaverse, Courtesy of
    Zaha Hadid  Architects.



    A metaverse city design for Liberland, uninhibited land of approximately 7 km² in size located between Croatia and Serbia. Virtual real spaces actually coexist in this metaverse project.



    Mathematics : The Winton Gallery,

    Science Museum London, UK 2014-2016

    Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects 

    Photograph by Luke HayesⒸ

    An artwork depicting aerodynamic flows occurring during flight, created by robotics technology, and arch-shaped benches


    'NFTism' a Virtual Gallery, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects,

    to host a virtual exhibition curated by Kenny Schachter and hosted by

    Galerie Nagel Draxler, powewd by JOURNEE.

    It was on display at Art Basel Miami Beach in 2021. It is a virtual gallery on the theme of architecture and social interactions in metaverse, which offers new ways of enjoying exhibitions.


    Concept Design
    Mathematics : The Winton Gallery, Science Museum London, UK 2014-2016
    Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects 

    A concept design that interprets aerodynamic flows occurring during a flight from a mathematical perspective.

     

    ​Behaviour Morphe, Light Mapping Projection - Karlsruhe, Germany 2017

    Courtesy of Zaha Hadid  Architects

    A media façade: on the façade of 18th Baroque-style stone architecture, with spaces programmed by AI to interact with one another, based on human behavior simulation data

     

    Refik Anadol Studio showed how far media art can go in SeouLight

    Pladies : Date Universe, 2018

    Refik Anadol StudioⒸ

    A realistic project in which visitors can get personally involved. Based on the concept of infinity and NASA’s data, participants can break down the frameworks of existing spaces and transform a flat projection screen into 3D by going beyond the boundaries of visual experiences.



    Machine Memoris : space, 2021

    Refik Anadol StudioⒸ

    An abstract representation of the world created by a machine learning algorithm, based on publicly open photos taken from satellites and space shuttles of NASA. ​

       

    게시요청자 : 전시 1팀 박무호책임


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