“密斯失去物质性” / Anna & Eugeni Bach



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非常感谢 Anna & Eugeni Bach 予gooood分享以下内容。Appreciations towards Anna & Eugeni Bach for providing the following description:

密斯·凡·德·罗基金会定期会邀请一些艺术家和建筑师们到展馆中交流新的观点,从而为最具创新性的艺术及建筑作品提供灵感源泉和实验场地。继SANAA、Jeff Wall、艾未未、Enric Miralles、Andrés Jaque和Antoni Muntadas之后,建筑师Anna Bach与Eugeni Bach今年在展馆中完成了他们的项目“密斯失去物质性”(mies missing materiality)。

Fundació Mies van der Rohe periodically invites artists and architects to provoke new perspectives and thought through their interventions in the Pavilion, enhancing it as a space of inspiration and experimentation for the most innovative artistic and architectural production. Following SANAA, Jeff Wall, Ai Wei Wei, Enric Miralles, Andrés Jaque, Antoni Muntadas and others, this year the architects Anna and Eugeni Bach take charge of transforming the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion with their project “mies missing materiality”.


▼整座展馆被铺上了完全一样的白色材料,all the surfaces were clad with the same white material



该项目旨在将展馆做成一个实体模型:建筑的整个表面被铺上了完全一样的白色材料,使建筑及其改造部分原原本本地展示出来。这座现代建筑史上屹立最久的临时展馆将以1:1模型的形式存在11天的时间。著名建筑师及学者Juhani Pallasmaa将本次建筑介入评价为“一项能够引起大量对话的非凡提案:在联想、记忆、参照性以及相互参照性的层面上都具有丰富的意义。”

The project turns the Pavilion into a mock-up, with all the surfaces clad with the same white material that shows the representative role of both the original work and its reconstruction. For 11 days, the Pavilion will turn into a 1:1 scale model of the longest-standing temporary pavilion in modern architecture. The renowned architect and academic Juhani Pallasmaa defined the intervention as “an extraordinary proposal that will evoke a lot of conversation: an exceptionally rich project in associations, memories, references and cross-references”.

▼这项简单的行动使展馆变成了1:1的实体模型,this simple act turns the Pavilion into a 1:1 scale mock-up

▼建筑及其改造过的部分被原原本本地展示出来,the intervention shows the representative role of both the original work and its reconstruction


Dressing the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion to strip it of all materiality


This simple act turns the Pavilion into a 1:1 scale mock-up, a representation of itself that opens the door to multiple interpretations about aspects like the value of the original, the role of the white surface as an image of modernity and the importance of materiality in the perception of space.

▼白色脱去了建筑的物质性, the white material strips the pavilion of all materiality


The Pavilion in Barcelona upon which we act is a reconstruction, a replica so faithful to the original that it is often difficult to remember its true nature. A building that should have been temporary was immortalised first by the written account of the modern movement and later by its own reconstruction. Turning the Pavilion into a mock-up, with all the surfaces restricted to the same material, as white as it is indeterminate, reveals the building’s representative role—both that of the original, as a national symbol, and that of the replica, by representing the former. For a time, the Pavilion will be the longest-standing 1:1 scale mock-up of the replica of the temporary pavilion in modern architecture. Removing all materiality from the Pavilion also raises other interpretations related to the historiography of 20th-century architecture.

▼“失去物质性”的状态持续了11天,the Pavilion stood as a 1:1 scale mock-up for 11 days

展馆在1932年纽约现代艺术博物馆举办的“现代建筑”展览中荣升为现代建筑的象征。该展览通过一系列照片和文章评论展示了密斯·凡·德·罗、勒·柯布西耶、诺伊特拉、赖特、奥德以及格罗皮乌斯等人的建筑作品,Philip Johnson和Henry-Russell Hitchcock以同样的镜头展示了这些建筑所具有的共性,其中包括现代建筑常见的白色表面:这似乎是最为显著的一个特点。

The Pavilion in Barcelona was enthroned as an icon of modernity at the ‘Modern Architecture’ exhibition at the MoMA in New York in 1932. The exhibition catalogue presents various buildings by architects like Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Neutra, Wright, Oud, Gropius and others through a selection of photographs and critical essays in which Philip Johnson and Henry-Russell Hitchcock indicate the homogenising criteria for combining all the works through the same lens. These include the white surface as an emblem of a new architecture, which appears as one of the most insistent.

▼水池与雕塑《黎明》,the pool with the famous sculpture Alba


To provide the Pavilion in Barcelona with that homogenising whiteness means to endow it with one of the defining features of modern historiography (not of modernity). Yet at the same time, it also involves stripping the Pavilion of its materiality and its unique characteristics—specifically the one that erected it as an icon of the modern movement. The installation turns this paradox into an experience. It helps visitors to consider these ideas and many more through their own experience in a pavilion that will lose all trace of its materiality for a few days to assume all its representative potential”.

▼均质化的白色使参观者通过自身体验进行思考, the homogenising whiteness helps visitors to consider more through their own experience

▼“去物质化”的过程,the process of dematerialisation

Text by Anna and Eugeni Bach
Dates «mies missing materiality»:
8-11-2017 to 15-11-2017 dematerialisation
16-11-2017 opening with debate
16-11-2017 to 27-11-2017 pavilion dematerialised 27-11-2017 to 28-11-2017 disassembling proces
Monday to Sunday – from 10:00 to 18:00 h
More information about the project: miesbcn.com/project/mies-missing-materiality
Photo: ©Adrià Goula ©Anna Mas

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