Buckminster Fuller Opening at Princeton

Commemorating the 125th anniversary of R. Buckminster Fuller’s birth this exhibition traces Fuller's ambition to measure physical experience into an ever-expanding pattern of relationships and to coordinate these into a conceptual network of words and concepts that shaped the basis for his thinking.

Pattern-Thinking comes to Princeton in the form of an immersive, inflatable, multimedia sphere occupied by the public and representing three different archives: Fuller at Princeton, Fuller and Design Education, and Fuller Today. It is a contemporary version of Fuller’s Geoscope projects built alongside Princeton students during two different teaching appointments in 1953 and 1960.

The exhibition was curated by Daniel López-Pérez. Experience design was created by Jan Pistor for iart.

Geoscope 2 Design: Jesse Reiser, Nanako Umemoto / RUR Architects
Inflatable Design: Pablo Kobayashi / Unidad de Protocolo

R. Buckminster Fuller, Pattern-Thinking
Princeton School of Architecture
February 3–March 13, 2020

Opening Reception & Roundtable: February 13, 6pm, Betts Auditorium
Daniel López-Pérez and Lars Müller in conversation with Stan Allen, Jesse Reiser, and Jaime Snyder

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