Carsten Höller designed The Prada Double Club Miami for Art Basel Miami Beach

Fondazione Prada, an institution dedicated to contemporary art and culture, presented an art installation nightclub in Miami that was open to select guests for just three nights. Designed by the artist Carsten Höller, The Prada Double Club Miami took place from December 5 to 7 during Art Basel Miami Beach.

This project enabled the artist to investigate the notion of two-sidedness, and the audience was presented with two different spaces offering visually and acoustically opposed experiences. Set in a 1920s film studio complex, the installation was divided into an indoor club space and an outdoor tropical garden. One was monochromatic, while the other was excessively colorful. And one showcased international live music acts and DJs, while the other hosted Caribbean and South American musicians from Miami's diasporas.

The Prada Double Club Miami

Fondazione Prada, an institution dedicated to contemporary art and culture, presented an art installation nightclub in Miami that was open to select guests for just three nights. Designed by the artist Carsten Höller, The Prada Double Club Miami took place from December 5 to 7 during Art Basel Miami Beach.

This project enabled the artist to investigate the notion of two-sidedness, and the audience was presented with two different spaces offering visually and acoustically opposed experiences. Set in a 1920s film studio complex, the installation was divided into an indoor club space and an outdoor tropical garden. One was monochromatic, while the other was excessively colorful. And one showcased international live music acts and DJs, while the other hosted Caribbean and South American musicians from Miami's diasporas.