'Intersections: The Art of Architects'
Three practising artists who have all trained in architecture exhibit their art practices in ceramics, sculpture, light and site-specific installation. Informed by architecture their art reveals an unrestrained creativity that allows for chance.
Sarah Fitzgerald examines the everyday negotiations we make with places through reimagining topographies to distort perception. Simon Grimes’ models of salvaged timber and metal blur the line between art and architecture. Ceramicist Natalie Rosin plays with the form and structure of iconic museums and creates fantastical cityscapes. Intersections: The Art of Architects investigates the liminal boundaries of the art and architecture. This exhibition is part of Art Month 2015.
The exhibition was officially opened on Wednesday 4 March 2015 by Willoughby Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney and introduction by Glenn Barkley, Independent Curator and Art Month 2015 Artistic Director.
First two images courtesy of Document Photography.