It incorporates architectural drawings, photographs and models alongside specially commissioned artworks, including large-scale photographs, a long wall painting, continuous video loop and aural environment to immerse the visitor in a range of experiences.
Micro Macro City presents eight highly-specific portraits of Australian urban conditions which together form a cumulative and comparative representation of everyday Australian metropolitan life. In parallel, twelve architectural projects are presented that demonstrate a relationship to the issues raised by each urban condition.
Curators, Shane Murray and Nigel Bertram Photography courtesy of Golling & Pidgeon. The Holmes à Court Gallery gratefully acknowledges the support of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects in the construction and development of the 2006 Venice Achitecture Biennale, Australian exhibition.
Architecture, Landscape and Perceptual Horizons as part of this architectural exhibition the Holmes à Court Gallery will by showcasing the work of local architect PhD student Stephen Neille. Opens on Wednesday 5 September with a talk by the exhibiting architect.