Doxa Orange right arrow Kaleidoscape Lecture at the Berkeley Art Museum

Plan symmetry emerges, even during installation. Photo by Matthew Passmore.

[check out our previous post on this project]

Doors 5 PM / Matthew Passmore 6 PM / Galleries open until 9 PM

This Friday, as part of the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive “L@te Friday Night” series, Rebar principal and founder Matthew Passmore will discuss the design process for Kaleidoscape, a colorful sculpture and interactive modular furniture system. “It’s an interactive sculptural seating system, as well as a human-scale kaleidoscope,” Passmore says. He and other members of the design team will talk about Kaleidoscape as social furniture and how artwork can improve public space.

Remarks start at 6 PM, Friday July 26th at the Berkeley Art Museum and tickets are available online and at the door. General admission is $7 and free for BAM/PFA members and UC Berkeley students, faculty, and staff.

Written by LaurenKlein

July 24th, 2013 at 2:48 pm