Kiosk k67, System for Urban Imagination, Saša Mächtig


KIOSK K67: System for Urban Imagination

January 26, 2023—March 12, 2023

Designed in 1966 by architect Saša Mächtig, KIOSK K67 occupied the streets and changed the urban landscape of the Former Yugoslavia. 7,500 of these mass-produced modular fiberglass structures were built, and many are still in use today functioning as newspaper stands, coffee shops, flower shops, and post offices, among many other things.

For the next three months a Kiosk K67 that has been refurbished by architecture professor Dijana Handanovic will occupy the School of Art Courtyard. Join us at the Blaffer Art Museum for the unveiling of this refurbished Kiosk K67, the opening of an exhibit about the kiosk, and a performance of fixed-media compositions inspired by the many functions of the K67 that were composed by music composition professor Rob Smith, and five music composition students:
Eric Estrada Valadez, Adam Harrington, Jaime Morales, Huy Nguyen, and Aaron Perez

Curator and Restoration Manager: Dijana Handanovic Exhibition Production Team: Rodrigo Gallardo, Allan Perez, Kim Saotonglang Video Production: More- Magnets Special Acknowledgments: Patricia Oliver, Dean, UH College of Architecture and Design, Sheryl Tucker de Vazquez, Patrick Peters, UH College of Architecture and Design, Samir Becic, Resync Enterprises

Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts