Push Button House Trailer (2009)

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What is a Push Button? Is it the future? A relic of the past? A little of both? Push Button House investigates the process of creation and creativity of Adam Kalkin, an architectural pioneer whose work attempts to strike a delicate balance between art and architecture. Push Button House is a behind-the-scenes look at the build and installation of Kalkin's follow-up to his sensational 2007 Venice Biennale work featuring a shipping container that blossoms into a sleek modern prefabricated home. Part performance piece and part sculpture, the Push Button is an engineering and artistic feat that captured the attention of both the artistic community and international public as a bold, yet playful vision on the intersection of art and technology. Shot in HD, New York serves as the backdrop to Kalkin's visionary creation marveled by guests including Francis Ford Coppola, Martha Stewart, Drew Nieporent, and James Rosenquist.Push Button House ultimately reveals how Kalkin is able to express his singular vision in a world of distraction by repurposing creative energy to create innovative works that by Adam's own words are more in the world.

Duration
0 min 45 sec

Views
8,795

Posted On
May 03, 2009
Director
Robert Profusek

Writer
Robert Profusek

Studio
Independent

Release
April 25, 2009
Cast
Adam Kalkin
Andrea Illy
Drew Nieporent
Francis Ford Coppola
James Rosenquist
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