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Düsseldorf

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Dusseldorf

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Tomás Saraceno-in orbit/K21 Ständehaus Dusseldorf

Tomás Saraceno - in orbit From June 22, 2013 until autumn 2014 (estimated) K21 STÄNDEHAUS Suspended more than 25 meters above the piazza of the K21 is Tomás Saraceno‘s gigantic installation in orbit. This steel wire construction spans the museum‘s vast glass cupola on three different levels. Positioned within this net structure, which encompasses altogether 2500 m², are half a dozen „spheres“ – inflated spheres having diameters up to 8.5 meters. Visitors have access to this transparent installation, and can move freely between the spheres on all three levels. in orbit resembles a surreal landscape, is reminiscent of a sea of clouds. Those bold enough to clamber high into the work set beneath the glass cupola perceive the museum visitors far below them from the lofty heights as tiny figures in a model world. Viewed from below or from intermediate levels of the Ständehaus, conversely, the people enmeshed in this net seem to be swimming in the sky. This floating spatial configuration becomes an oscillating network of relationships, resonances, and synchronous communication. When several people enter the audacious construction simultaneously, their presence sets it into motion, altering the tension of the steel wires and the intervals between the three meshwork levels. Visitors can coordinate their activities within the space, and are able – not unlike spiders in a web – to perceive space through the medium of vibration. Saraceno himself speaks of a new hybrid form of communication. By virtue of its magnitude and radicality, in orbit has no precedent in Saraceno‘s oeuvre to date. Even visitors who do not wish to climb the net or hang suspended above the abyss, but who choose instead to explore the installation in exclusively visual terms are confronted with themes of flight, falling, and floating, are inevitably gripped by the archetypal emotions associated with these states. „To describe the work means to describe the people who use it – and their emotions,“ explains Saraceno. Rarely his any work of art zeroed in so directly on the emotional lives – the fears and desires – of beholders or intervened with such immediacy into the experiences of those who expose themselves to adventure. in orbit was planned by Saraceno over a period of three years in collaboration with engineers, architects, and biologists, and is his most elaborate installation to date. And although the mesh construction alone weighs 3 tons, and the largest of the „spheres“ 300 kilos, this work – which was adapted with precision to the unique setting of the Ständehaus – seems decidedly lightweight, its fineness and stability calling to mind the structure of a spider‘s web. For many years, the artist has studied the methods by which various species of spider construct their webs, and he incorporates insights into their functionality, beauty, and strength into his own artistic praxis. While the precise observation of nature and the conceptual development of its phenomena form the bases of Saraceno‘s work, art-historical references ranging from Jules Verne to the American architecture and visionary Richard Buckminster Fuller are noticeable as well. The worldwide realization of utopian architecture has been Saraceno‘s guiding theme in recent years. Each of his projects – including „in orbit“ – is an element of the utopian large-scale project Air-Port-City, a floating city of the future. Saraceno regards the cloud city as a socialist and utopian dream, and as a response to the growing uninhabitability of the earth, to worldwide population growth, and to dramatic ecological crises.
LUXURY DUSSELDORF HOTEL ON GERMANY’S FASHION MILE
Enjoy contemporary elegance in the heart of the fashion district on Kö, Germany’s most sophisticated area. Dine in style at PÉGA-Das Restaurant, or bar fifty nine, with dramatic lighting and glass doors that open in summer. If your aim is to explore authentic Dusseldorf, this luxury hotel is ideally located just a short walk from the River Rhine promenade, several great museums and Old Town. An executive choice, the hotel is minutes from the banking quarter and Messe Düsseldorf Trade Fair.

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Düsseldorf
  • Konigsallee 59
  • Dusseldorf , 40215
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    Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 72 reviewers.
    Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Another enjoyable visit We visit this hotel once a year in January - this is our 5th visit. We had to wait an hour for our room to be ready, having arrived at 4pm, but we were given complimentary drinks at the bar. I can't quite work out what room we were given - we reserved what we thought was the larger more deluxe room but this one seemed smaller than others we have stayed in. Probably my mistake. But for effortless comfort, great staff and a fabulous location, this is perfect. We had dinner in the restaurant on our second night and although fairly pricey, it was excellent. It would seem prudent to book - we went early but saw quite a few people being turned away. 06 February 2014
    Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Wifi Extremely bad wifi internet almost the one that you have to pay doesn't give the speed that they offer you I have to finish sharing the wifi of my phone they most fix this because is so wrong in a hotel of this name. The food in the club isn't the average of other ones in other countries and cities 03 February 2014
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice hotel Nice and helpful staff , clean and space room , everything i need found in this hotel Very nice location 31 January 2014