Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg are co-founders of MONAD Studio, a design and art research practice focusing on creating 3D-printed sonic sculptures, art installations, and experimental architecture.
Goldemberg is an Associate Professor at Florida International University in Miami and Director of London’s Architectural Association Visiting Program in Miami; he is the author of the book “Pulsation in Architecture” which highlights spatial perception related to the rhythmic effect.
The work of MONAD Studio has been published by New York Times, BBC, The Guardian, Corriere della Sera, Libération, CNBC, FOX News, Forbes, Robb Report, Art Daily, Los Angeles Times, Architectural Design UK, Architectural Record, among others.
MONAD Studio’s ground-breaking 3D-printed installations and musical instruments have been exhibited recently at the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale; at MoMA, Javits Center, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Metropolitan Gallery (New York); Cosmo Caixa (Barcelona); Mies van der Rohe’s Tugendhat Villa Museum in Brno and Galerie Jaroslava Fragnera in Prague (Czech Republic); Geek Picnic Technology Festivals in Moscow and Saint Petersburg (Russia); Jewish Museum of Florida, Diana Lowenstein Gallery, New World Symphony, South Florida Art Center, Now Contemporary Art (Miami).
BORBOLETTA Venice Biennale
Installation - Resilient Communities, Italian Pavilion - 17th Venice Architecture Biennale
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