Not vital

Swiss artist Not Vital is an intriguing example of how the gap between art and architecture is narrowing. The artist, who is renowned for his unorthodox architectural structures around the world, here describes how his projects derive from moments in his own life.

Not Vital was interviewed by Kasper Bech Dyg at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in June 2015 in connection to the exhibition ‘AFRICA – Architecture, Culture and Identity’, where pictures and a model of Not Vital’s ‘House to Watch the Sunset’ (2005) were on display.

  • English
  • 07/2015
  • Julie Madsen
  • Roxanne Bagheshirin Lærkesen
  • Kasper Bech Dyg
  • Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art