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JUNFEI PEI
STUFF
EXHIBIT ABSENCE
Installation, St. Louis, MO, 2016

Instructor: Jan Ulmer
Collaborator: Yuchen Song

As a part of "7 rooms" exhibition, we understand these 'rooms' as viewing machines. They are free of any function and program. They reflect and interact with the physical context. Our goal was to create site - specific spatial statements, avoiding random design-decisions. Two other given constraints besides the context are the frame of 20 ft x 20 ft facing north, plus the color white. Feel invited to explore, gather, play, rest and stay. We are happy to put you on stage.My intervention named ‘skyline‘, which is located in between two previous building footprint. We used vertical framed wall facing slope frame supported surface to indicate two different buildings, two different attitudes toward different directions. The slope is facing the St Louis downtown, especially presenting iconic building new around with in ‘window‘ on vertical wall. It gives people a chance to walk through the gap in between and lay at slope to see skyline.

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