Headroom is a multi-faceted installation that focuses on the experiential understanding of space – approaching and moving through seductive and, at the same time, suppressed volumes. The narrative of the installation consists of six overlapping phases – recognition, approach, reaching, arrival, orientation, and monitoring. This configuration creates a unique script which is manifested in both architectural and sound composition. Tension, release, depth, and reflection, encountered in this spatial journey, are translated into the accompanying audio installation.
Luuk Wezenberg is a spatial designer with a multi-disciplinary approach. Through his design installations, he unveils the hidden meaning and complexity of architecture. With an emphasis on observation and transformation of shape, movement and sound, his work creates a unique multi-sensorial experience with a holistic and dynamic environmental expression.
Inspired by the sensory perception of the graphic and sculptural nature of architecture that underlines the program of a structure, Luuk designs spaces and objects with the utmost precision, as well as attention towards the in-between space, in which purity and truth reside.
Luuk graduated from the Interior Architecture department at the Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague. In addition, he is part of an Amsterdam-based music duo: MONO BROS.www.luukwezenberg.nl