Liam Young, 01 04 09


Liam Young and Tomorrows Thoughts Today will be showing a selection of project prints at the FUTURE.city.past.FORWARD exhibition in the d3 gallery in Brooklyn New York from April 11 – May 3, 2009. The exhibition features work in art, architecture, interior design, industrial design, and graphics that expresses futurism at various scales and from emerging perspectives.

FUTURE.city.past.FORWARD is curated by Gregory Marinic and Mary-Jo Schlachter

“Futurist utopian visions of urbanism in the 1960s proposed by Japanese Metabolists and Archigram amounted to very few deployable works, yet significantly influenced a generation of architects, artists, cinematographers, and designers.  These movements embraced notions of social reform, popular culture, and high-tech innovation in their provocative concepts for a future world where cities floated and buildings walked.  Recent work in fantastical form across the disciplines revisits and transforms futurism through a contemporary lens.  FUTURE.city.past.FORWARD features work in art, architecture, interior design, industrial design, and graphics that expresses futurism at various scales and from emerging perspectives.”


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