However, the projects have been postponed until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic, so VDF is collaborating with MAAT today for a virtual launch.
This morning, we premiered a video about SO-IL's planned Beeline installation, which would have created a temporary public route through the centre of the Amanda Levete-designed museum.
We also published a documentary about SO-IL's temporary architecture projects, and will be giving an exclusive video sneak peek of the Currents exhibition later today.
New York-based SO-IL is known for both its temporary and permanent architecture projects including a three-storey, net-covered dwelling tower built in Milan in 2017 and an installation that wove a giant hammock between 130 trees.
Leanza has worked as a curator at alternative art space China Art Archives and Warehouse (CAAW) and was creative director for Beijing Design Week from 2013 to 2016. She founded research studio Bao Atelier and urban and social impact organisation B/Side Design, and helped set up The Global School, a design and creative research institute.
The interview is the third live conversation in our VDF Screentime series, which launched last week with an interview with trend forecaster Li Edelkoort and a conversation with Tokyo-based studio Klein Dytham Architecture.