Tangram: Complex Shapes

Tangram: Complex Shapes is an interactive exhibition opened at the Tel Aviv Museum of Arts in July 2019.
Based on the principles of Tangram, an ancient dissection puzzle, the installation invites the visitors to build and change their environment and become active partners in creating a public space.
A few static elements allow the children to experience the exhibition space of the museum in different highs. Sitting close to the ceiling, one can look down at the entire space, or sit quietly under the moon and listen to external noises recorded in a park or at the beach. Playing like this with the sense of interior and exterior, the museum becomes part of the city, or the city part of the museum.
The rest of the space is in constant change and brings some playfulness in a generally stiff environment.

On the outside, a magnetic board proposes to the visitors to create their own museum by assembling simple shapes and specific elements from the Tel Aviv Museum.
Curator: Naama Bar Or

  • Role Designer together with Stav Dror and Liran Messer
  • For Tel Aviv Museum of Arts
  • Date July 2019/July 2020

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