The museum is closed due to an extension of the building.
Modulating Light was a four-week design workshop at Lund University, School of Architecture where students investigated techniques in surface modeling and 3D printing. Students explored geometric relationships between surface continuity, tessellation, and modulation through the use of surface modeling and algorithmic editing software (Rhinoceros 3D and Grasshopper). Computer models were then digitally fabricated using computer aided manufacturing processes (3D printing) in order to evaluate conditions of materiality and light.
Skissernas Museum – Museum of Artistic Process and Public Art was founded in 1934 by Ragnar Josephson (1891-1966), during his time as Professor of Art History at the University of Lund (Sweden). The intention was to establish an archive of the creative process, or the path of the artist from the first idea to the finished work. The aim was to collect sketches, models and photographs to Public Art – as the study material relating to it was especially suited, by the frequent demand on abundant preliminary sketches.