The “Motion” exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, curated by Lord Norman Foster, brings together around 40 extraordinary vehicles and works of art by artists including Andy Warhol, Donald Judd and Giacomo Balla until September 18th. In the “Future Gallery”, sketches and models by students show what mobility could look like in the year 2086.
From the initial idea for a car to future forms of mobility, “Motion. Cars, Art, Architecture” the arc. The exhibition focuses on the artistic dimensions of automobile development. For example, influences on design in industry and everyday life as well as reflections that are expressed through the experience of speed and mobility in works of art are discussed. Critical aspects of the extensive mobilization, which can be seen in the development of urban areas and in the negative effects on the environment, are supplemented by ideas for the mobility of the future.
15 leading universities from all over the world with a focus on design, architecture, technology or art have created sketches and models that imagine life and the forms of mobility in the year 2086 – the 200th anniversary year of the automobile. The “futureNOMAD” project arose from the cooperation with the Yale School of Architecture and the Volkswagen Group Design headed by Klaus Zyciora. The interdisciplinary ideas are an attempt to find an answer to the upcoming ecological and social challenges of our world. Until September 18th: “Motion. Cars, Art, Architecture” at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao.
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