Steel: Art design architecture
Today steel is one of the most ubiquitous materials in the world. It inhabits the landscape of our bodies, our domestic spaces and our built environments. A material that ranges from raw and functional to lustrous and decorative – steel blurs the boundary between utilitarian and precious
STEEL: art design architecture explores innovative and outstanding ways that steel is being used by artists, designers and architects in Australia in the 21st century.
Exhibitors: Alison Jackson, Anthill construction, Barry Gardner, Brodie Neill, BVN, Christian Hall, CODA Studio, Collins Turner, Cox Architecture, Craig Hiron, Dan Lorrimer, Design by Them, Geoffrey Nees, Gunybi Ganambarr, Kensuke Todo, Korban Flaubert, Lorraine Connelly Northey, Mari Funaki, Matthew Harding, Maureen Faye Chauhan, Misho and Associates, Oliver Smith, Sabine Pagan, Sean O'Connell, Seaton McKeon, Simon Cottrell, Sue Lorraine, Tony Hobba, and Trent Jansen.
This exhibition is part of the Asia Pacific Architecture Forum 2018
STEEL: art design architecture is a JamFactory touring exhibition
STEEL: art design architecture is supported by Visions of Australia funding through Australian Government Department of Communications and Arts and the South Australian Government through Arts South Australia
17 February 2018 - 25 March 2018