The works in this exhibition revolve around a proposition of interior language and the interchange of multiple habitable structures.
How does an image or texture forcefully define specific architectural spaces within their designated landscapes? Looking closely, how do images framed and positioned announce a set of psychological or political objectives? How does an installation of objects signal a tenuously-held narrative?
Who collects and who migrates? What signifies migratory architecture and, conversely, what signifies an architecture of stability if there were such a thing? Does this spectrum stay psychologically static even when re-contextualized by the viewer? How is architecture interpreted after being identified as collapsable, transportable or destructible?
The works in this exhibition have been produced bearing in mind the locale within which they are presented.
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