Date: 19 December 2015
Venue: Super Surface Space
14 Lva Tolstova
Located on the ground floor of a historical building in the cultural district of Park Kultury, Moscow just a few dozen metres from the Yandex complex, SuperSurfaceSpace is a very simple, 25 m by 8 m, black space. It looks rather brutal but the extremely refined detailing is matched with the radical nature of the bare-boned stage prop. A real urban stage designed specifically to change configuration, a multipurpose, flexible space open to an infinite number of uses.
Three rectangular, reinforced steel platforms, the tops covered with large ceramic surfaces form the world’s biggest known display stand, which on its own can create surprising and constantly changing layouts of the space.
Multiplying configurations that are infinitely mirrored in the reflecting surfaces of the short sides of the room to create a long, complex and simple space without end.
The juxtaposed platforms form a single, large surface of more than 20 metres and this can be moved and raised to turn into a majestic constellation of light in the space to meet whatever the event or exhibition calls for.
The surface of this podium is not regular, it is sensual, almost like the figure of a prone woman whose forms have been shaped by the intangible powers of the void: sounds, lights, colours, flavours.
SuperSurfaceSpace is in fact a utopia, as befits the radical Metrogramma style.
Moscow, Lva Tolstogo str., 14
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