Ark Nova
Anish Kapoor
Ark Nova
Anish Kapoor (Indian-born British; Sculptor, Installation; b. 1954) in collaberation with Arata Isozaki (Japanese, architect, b.1931): Ark Nova, 2013. Inflatable membrane structure functioning as instant architecture, accommodating various performing arts events. Dimensions: width of 30 m, length of 36 m and maximum height of 18 m. Capacity: 500 people. Photograph: © Lucerne festival Ark Nova 2013. © The photo image or artwork may be protected by copyright. It is posted on the site in accordance with fair use principles.



"… the Ark Nova pushes the boundaries of instant architecture.

http://www.theguardian.com/music/tomserviceblog/2013/oct/31/ark-nova-anish-kapoor-lucerne-festival-michael-haefliger-alien-invasion



'"Ark Nova" is a inflatable pink ball for concerts, shows, exhibitions... A project designed by Arata Isozaki and Anish Kapoor, to bring hope to regions afflicted by the earthquake and tsunami that occurred in in East Japan.'

Read more: http://www.metalocus.es/content/en/blog/lucerne-festival-ark-nova-2013