The Museum of Non Participation, Act 00023

Karen Mirza & Brad Butler

2008

Appearing as a crime scene Mirza and Butler’s tape draw evokes either the destruction of a building that was on that site, or the possibility of an absence of building. It problematizes the framing of an architectural site, exhibiting architecture through its absence at full scale, and outside the frame of the gallery. The drawing is jointly held by the Museum of Non Participation and ASAP. As a hybrid object, part art, part architecture, part image, part object, it again stands as emblematic of new types of way of exhibiting architecture as part of an expanded spatial environment within transnational cultures.

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