Hartell Gallery
2000. Renovation of the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning main exhibition gallery.

The renovation of the Hartell Gallery, the central exhibition space of the college of Architecture, Art and Planning on the Cornell campus, consolidates six former 4 foot pivoting peripheral walls into a single central 24-foot long wall. The wall rotates off a structural column asymmetrically 90 degrees to reestablish the symmetry of the room, and generate multiple spatial possibilities for the gallery with its in-between positions. While in some positions the wall is neutral and unobtrusive, it also acts as the site, subject and focus of many exhibitions in the gallery. The 45 frame flip-book was presented as a souvenir to early exhibitors.

related media: Gallery Moving Wall

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