Merging Art and Space:
The Berliner Graft Arhcitects or the “global think tank” & laboratory for the cultivation of future cultures, present their Exhibition named “Distinct Ambiguity” at Berlin’s House in Waldsee, Germany transforming the space into a scheme of the 21st century that boosts a piece of their modus operandi.
Originally “ambiguity” is an attribute of any conception, idea and statement whose intention cannot be decisively resolved according to a process consisting of an exact number of steps. Furthermore, this exhibition explores the positive conditions and techniques of grafting, the associating and connecting of the separately perceivable. The architects conceptualised a pioneering visual language that combines opposing ideas and then blends them into sustainable and social projects that are considered highly ingenious.
The current esposizione is as much as an introduzione to the thoughts & insights of the film as it is an inventory of extraordinary and unique notions. The displayed projects are astoundingly integrated into themes such as Curiosity, Happiness and Courage, whose meanings merge into non-computable backgrounds. “While searching for quality and beauty, complex shape and ambiguity are part of the essence of architecture that transcends the accurate and the distinct”.