KISS pop-up chapel
-The stuff KISS is made of: Honeycomb cardboard
-The size of KISS: 130 cardboard pieces, 96”x18”x2”
-The place of KISS: Central Park, New York

KISS was built to enable 24 couples to be married free of charge on July 30th 2011 in celebration of the Marriage Equality Act of New York

KISS is literal: two separate parts, made of the same DNA but layered differently are essentially two unique individuals that when joined together create a stable entity that is more than the sum of its parts.

KISS is abstract: 130 components, made of the same DNA but layered differently are essentially two unique wall sections that when joined together create a stable structure that is more than the sum of its parts.

KISS gages contrasting identities, it’s made of rough materials which generate delicate forms, it is sturdy like an elephant and light like a flamingo.

Give KISS a chance!

KISS WAS CONCOCTED BY:
Z-A studio / Guy Zucker
Team: Harriet Bramley, Travis Lydon, Chiara Tiberti, Sanghee An

KISS WANTS TO THANK:
ArchitizerPopup ChapelTietz-Baccon

KISS WAS PHOTOGRAPHED BY:
Celine Willard, Roman Francisco, Unusually Fine, Chiara Tiberti, Jinyi Baird, Nadia Chaudhury, Jacob Murphy, Melissa Murphy, David Cole, Inbal Sivan, Jennifer Boyle

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