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Pavilion
Tamsin Snow & Sarah Tynan
Store Projects, London
March 7, 2014 - March 31, 2014


Pavilion

Tamsin Snow & Sarah Tynan
Store Projects, London
March 7, 2014 - March 31, 2014

In Pavilion, the architect Gerold Wiederin’s Night Pilgrimage Chapel is envisaged as a crude copy dislocated from its original site at Locherboden (Austria). Here we encounter an altered version where artifice prevails. The cast concrete of the original has been replaced by an imitation surface. The furniture that was designed to accommodate a mass ritual is removed and replaced by a painting and a day bed. Structural elements are deprived of all original religious designation and endowed with a new function in this displacement. The architectural feature of the baldachin, a permanent structure built over high altars in cathedrals, is now housing a painting to be contemplated whilst resting on a replica of a Mies Van Der Rohe Day Bed.

Pavilion, 2014
Faux concrete render, wood, acrylic on canvas, replica Mies Van Der Rohe daybed, Perspex, fluorescent lights
600 x 400 x 260 cm

Pavilion, 2014
Faux concrete render, wood, acrylic on canvas, replica Mies Van Der Rohe daybed, Perspex, fluorescent lights
600 x 400 x 260 cm

Pavilion, 2014
Faux concrete render, wood, acrylic on canvas, replica Mies Van Der Rohe daybed, Perspex, fluorescent lights
600 x 400 x 260 cm

Pavilion, 2014
Acrylic on canvas
180 x 270 cm

Pavilion, 2014
Faux concrete render, acrylic on canvas, replica Mies Van Der Rohe daybed
600 x 400 x 260 cm

Pavilion, 2014
Faux concrete render, acrylic on canvas, replica Mies Van Der Rohe daybed
600 x 400 x 260 cm

Pavilion, 2014
Faux concrete render, wood, acrylic on canvas, replica Mies Van Der Rohe daybed, Perspex, fluorescent lights
600 x 400 x 260 cm

Pavilion, 2014
Faux concrete render, acrylic on canvas, replica Mies Van Der Rohe daybed
600 x 400 x 260 cm