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August 14th, 2012

Architect David Adjaye and artist Doug Aitken have collaborated on a pavilion for the Tate Liverpool designed to create a cultural destination away from the confines of its traditional gallery space. The pavilion, composed of corrugated acrylic, bitumen panels, and wood framing, will mark Aitken’s first public installation in the UK. Forming a gallery during the day, the perimeter walls will display a projection of Aitken’s work at night, similar to that recently displayed at the Hirshhorn Museum.

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