EXPERIMENTAL LIVING: Schindler House after 100 Years
Schindler House, 28 May – 24 September 2022
The iconic Schindler House itself, built 100 years ago, is the focus of this exhibition.
Contemporary artists and architects develop interventions that incorporate the visitors’ perceptions of the building and display works that interact with Schindler House and its history. It also explores the extent to which Schindler’s interpretation of home and studio, of indoor-outdoor life and his experimental use of materials could provide inspira-tion for a post-pandemic California.
Participating artists: Emily Barker, Caitlin Blanchfield & Farzin Lotfi-Jam, Fiona Con-nor, Cayetano Ferrer, Gala Porras-Kim, Stephanie Mei Huang, Andrea Lenardin Mad-den,
Mai Ling, Mathias Poledna, Jakob Sellaoui and others.
FINAL PROJECTS: Group LI
Mackey Apartments and Garage Top, 8–11 September 2022
An exhibition of the 51st group of the MAK Center Artists and Architects-in-Residence
ECOLOGIES OF CARE
Schindler House, 15 October 2022 – 12 February 2023
ECOLOGIES OF CARE explores how architecture can incorporate socio-political values such as care and preservation into contemporary thought and action.
Participating artists: Elke Krasny (Wien), Rosario Talevi (Berlin), Beatriz Cortez Flores (Los Angeles), rafa esparza (Los Angeles), Shannon Mattern (New York), Carolina Cay-cedo (Los Angeles), TAKK (Barcelona) and others
GARAGE EXCHANGE: Markus Hanakam & Roswitha Schuller and N.N.
Mackey Garage Top, 10 November 2022 – 29 January 2023
The Vienna-based artist duo Markus Hanakam & Roswitha Schuller illuminate the hybridity of cultural artifacts in their videos, objects, and installations and connect history and contemporary notations in art and design. Markus Hanakam & Roswitha Schuller develop their exhibition with an artist of their choice from Los Angeles.