About the Project
The 2010 Art Basel Miami Beach international art show hosted Creative Time’s Oceanfront Nights. A nightly program, Oceanfront was sited in an outdoor pavilion designed by Phu Hoang Office and Rachely Rotem Studio. Featuring two types of rope—reflective and phosphorescent—the pavilion was a diverse and interactive environment of open-air structures that swayed and glowed in the night.
Programming included the participation of four arts organizations from cities at the forefront of artistic experimentation and cross-disciplinary collaboration: Detroit, Mexico City, Berlin, and Glasgow. The four organizations—the Museum of Contemporary Art in Detroit, Museo Tamayo in Mexico City, 032c in Berlin, and Tramway in Glasgow—partnered on curating one night each, which spotlighted the film, music, video, performance, and more of their respective cities.