Pole Dance Preview / SO-IL

© Alan R Tansey

Even though these hot months can be a bit stifling, we’re excited because the summer means that the PS1 installation by SO-IL (catch our coverage of the winning proposal here) is almost ready for the public!  Upon watching ’s competition entry video,  we are patiently waiting to experience the physical manifestation of the Pole Dance’s conceptual ideas about making space.  While you can expect full coverage of the project, thanks to our reader, Alan R Tansey, we can share a sneak peak of the Pole Dance installation with you today.  Enjoy!

More images after the break.

© Alan R Tansey
© Alan R Tansey
© Alan R Tansey
© Alan R Tansey
© Alan R Tansey

Thanks again, Alan!

All photos © Alan R Tansey

Cite: Cilento, Karen. "Pole Dance Preview / SO-IL" 25 Jun 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 23 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=66198>
  • http://twitter.com/heidipoledancer/status/17017332751 Heidi Jones

    4: Even though these hot months can be a bit stifling, we're excited because the summer means t… http://bit.ly/c50JKT http://bit.ly/DfsqH

  • http://twitter.com/elisianeneumann/status/17017554085 Elisiane Neumann
  • http://twitter.com/katesigrist/status/17019318866 Kate Sigrist

    http://bit.ly/a89WMG – Summer at PS1: adding this to my ever-growing list of reasons I'm sad not to be in NYC this summer :(

  • http://twitter.com/bannistar_otk/status/17019652744 Tomoaki Otsuka

    Pole Dance Preview / SO-IL http://tinyurl.com/2fkw7gg #mascaras10

  • SPUD

    well, i have to say it looks just like their conceptual video and unfortunately that is to say it looks rather diminutive and sparse, i dont see a whole lot of substance here. to be fair the concept is about the dynamic quality of the moving poles so these still images might not be telling the whole story. visually its a quite dull though.

  • p

    isn’t the main component of the PS1 program supposed to be shade?

  • Teo

    At first I was a little bit skeptic but now, after watching the pictures I find that you have the things you need to just have a little bit of fun. I do like it

  • http://twitter.com/breakingarch/status/17043679038 Architecture News
  • http://twitter.com/da_vila/status/17045179350 Arquitetura da Vila

    Imagens do projeto da intervenção 'Pole Dance' do SO-IL no PS1, em NY . http://bit.ly/b3BqoT

  • http://twitter.com/dancemarketing/status/17045230323 danceMarketing

    check out this pole dance installation! http://ow.ly/23kDv

  • http://twitter.com/an_clip/status/17052216073 東京アート情報クリッピング

    @art_fanポールダンス広場。//おもしろぉ~whttp://bit.ly/b3BqoT

  • http://twitter.com/art_fan/status/17053205220 art_fan(現代アート情報共有)

    ポールダンス広場。//おもしろぉ~whttp://bit.ly/b3BqoT [twicco.jp @an_clip ]

  • kirk

    alan your web sight isn’t so great… and thx again for showing a courtyard without construction shots , a party or dancers, your shots really capture the spirit of the design.

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  • http://blog.jdahl.com Jeff Dahl

    I was able to check this out yesterday. I posted some photos onto my blog as well.

    http://blog.jdahl.com/?p=185

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  • http://twitter.com/default/status/17247520865 Glen Jackson Taylor

    Preview of P.S.1's Warm Up pavilion "Pole Dance" by So-Il: http://bit.ly/aTqL1X

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