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Saturday, July 21, 2018

NEW YORK | ArtTable Summer Day-Trip to T-Space

Start Date: 7/21/2018 2:45 PM EDT
End Date: 7/21/2018 6:00 PM EDT

Venue Name: T-Space

Location:
137 Round Lake Road,
Rhinebeck, NY  United States  12572

Organization Name: ArtTable NY

Contact:
Imogen Fairbairn
Email: programs@arttable.org
Phone: 212 343 1735 Ext. 13


 

FEE
Members I $15
Guests | $25

 

Join ArtTable for a visit to T-Space’s beautiful site in Rhinebeck, to celebrate the opening of Tatiana Bilbao’s The House and the City: Two Collages, July 21–August 5, 2018.

Timeline

2:45 PM Arrive at T-Space and meet group
2:45-4:00 PM Walk the grounds of T-Space with Jane Stageberg, ArtTable member, architect and principal at Bade Stageberg Cox Architecture. Enjoy light refreshments while touring sites including 'T' Space, the Stone 'U' House, the Round Lake Hut, and permanent installations of artworks along a 1.5 mile trail. 
4:00 PM Formal remarks from 'T' Space founder Steven Holl and director Susan Wides
5:00 or 5:15 PM Jane Stageberg will lead a group to an extended area of the TSpace grounds, approximately 1/3 mile away. Some people may choose to walk. This site includes architectural works by Steven Holl and a new Richard Nunez site-specific work.


Getting to T-Space:
Driving:
If you plan on driving and are able to carpool, please let me know
here
Parking is available 150 feet west of the mailbox at 137 Round Lake Road, Rhinebeck, NY 12572.  Please enter through the marked path by the parking area and not through the driveway.
ArtTable also has a ZIP car rental discount for members. Please email
programs@arttable.org if you're interested in this.

By Train: 
Amtrak 
Penn Station (NY)--> Rhinecliff
Rhinecliff→ Penn Station 
10-15 minute taxi from the station

T-SPACE
‘T’ Space, a gallery designed by Steven Holl, is a project of the Steven Myron Holl Foundation. The project aims to offer an educational fusion of music, poetry, architecture and art of the 21st century.  Merged with the lush natural greenery of Round Lake in Dutchess County, NY, ‘T’ Space draws hundreds of visitors to its interdisciplinary summer programs.

The fusion of art, poetry, music, and architecture is a core aim of ‘T’ Space. Today, the overload of information brings with it an atmosphere of exhaustion and superficiality. A great breadth of digital information is instantly available and segregated into categories. The prevalence of separating the Arts prevents the potential of one to inspire the other. Yet, as in the greatest cultural cycles in history, the Arts are interrelated. Architecture, painting, sculpture, music, and poetry all inspire one another. ‘T’ Space aims to synthesize the arts and present original works in the Hudson Valley.
— Steven Holl

Tatiana Bilbao: 
At Tatiana Bilbao Estudio collage is an intrinsic part of architectural process. By literally cutting and combining images, collages are a rational processes that explore connections between our projects and ideas. They are active forms, resonating between realism and abstraction, providing opportunities to reevaluate architectural design methods. Juxtaposed, referential images spur the beholder’s imagination, inviting them into a process of co-creation, transforming the perception of their environments.

The studio’s collage-centric studio process works in conjunction with traditional forms of architectural representation –orthographic drawings and models – facilitating an interplay between materiality and scale in the formation of spaces. Therefore, at T Space Bilbao has created two collages reflective of her everyday workflow. The creative routine will be projected and translated into the gallery space, re-presenting pin-up walls, models, and collages into a vibrant, cross sectional analysis/diagram of her work.

The first collage will explore projects at the urban scale, analyzing how complex cultural, historical, and economic dimensions are activated simply acknowledging and responding to context. Given the magnitude of its scale, it will be located in the larger, double-heighted gallery space. The second collage will respond
 to the domestic domain; it will explore the home as the basic unit of human space. Th
is will be located in the upper mezzanine. The artwork will include custom designed objects and furniture mediating between the collage plane and gallery space
.
 
 
Image: 'T' Space Gallery-photo©Susan Wides
ArtTable is a 501.c.3 organization.
All programs are non-refundable.

Having trouble registering? Need help modifying or adding a guest to your registration?  Email programs@arttable.org for assistance

 

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