In James Turrells permanent installation MAKlite, intensive light pulsates in the windows of the MAK. With the unreality
of a dream, the brick façade loses its static solidity, appearing as a shimmering, translucent membrane that hints, wordlessly
but emphatically, of transfers being made: by means of this inner radiance, the MAK communicates to its urban surroundings
the complex proceedings being effected within.
Permanent installation on the façade of the MAK since 2004
MAK, Stubenring 5, 1010 Vienna How to get there: U3 / tram line 2 / Stubentor, U4 / Landstraße (Wien Mitte)
At the Geymüllerschlössel, a jewel of Biedermeier architecture in Viennas Pötzleinsdorf neighborhood, the MAK shows
furniture from the Empire and Biedermeier periods, old Viennese clocks from the collection of Franz Sobek, and interventions
by contemporary artists and designers.