3XN: mind your behaviour
3XN: mind your behaviour 3XN: mind your behaviour
feb 12, 2010

3XN: mind your behaviour

‘mind your behaviour’ exhibition

‘mind your behaviour’ is an exhibition by danish architectural studio 3XN which showcases the relationship between architecture and behaviour. it takes visitors behind the scenes into the thoughts, visions and processes forming the bases of 3XN’s architectural projects. the exhibit challenges the concept of behaviour by providing a direct and physical meeting with 4 meter high abstract building sections as well as inviting the viewer to reflect on how architecture shapes our actions. the exhibit displays 28 projects from the last five years of 3XN’s work and hopes to give the audience a direct, sensual experience of how architecture affects the way we experience things and interact with each other.

‘mind your behaviour’ will be on display at the danish architecture centre until may 13 after which it will be on tour.

3XN’s principal kim herforth nielsen provides a behind the scene explanation of the exhbition.

  • What role does the environment play is a addicts life? Maslow said that feeling safe, warm and having a home is one of out 1st basic needs if we are to make anything out o life. With out a home, food and shelter and clothes for instance, how are u expected to get anything else? And you cant get those with no Job but you can not get a Job as you do not have the basic needs that everyone should have as a basic primary human right no matter who you are or where you live imo.

    How much though moving away from Maslow does addiction play in the enviorment also, has a dramatic effect round here and vice-vesa.

    Could addiction and relaspe for instance be made less suspetable for ppl in the right place?

    sonico says:
  • Here’s a link to the amazing exhibition site – it’s built on one big zooming canvas. WOW! http://www.dac.dk/MYB/mybweb.html

    Graffiwall says:

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