Shannon Bool | Lloyd House | Rebecca Loewen | Alex Morrison | Gailan Ngan | Wayne Ngan | Patkau Architects | Aaron Peck
Trusses is an exhibition of works by contemporary artists and architects that explores how buildings resonate through their uses and their intersections with other forms of culture. Bridging aesthetic and experiential languages, architecture is set in dialogue with painting, sculpture, pottery, writing, photography and film.
Image credit: Alex Morrison, Utopia or Oblivion, 2011, colour inkjet photograph, 50 1/4 x 38 1/4"
Wednesday, June 8, 12 pm
Vancouver Island Conference Centre
Tickets $10, available at Nanaimo Art Gallery, 250.754.1750
Included with RAIC Conference Registration
As part of the Nanaimo Art Gallery exhibition Trusses, which explores relationships between art and architecture, John Patkau from Patkau Architects will present a lecture titled Work/Play.
The first part of the lecture will explore Patkau Architects' general design approach illustrated by a series of recently completed building projects and competitions commissioned by clients. The second part will focus on a series of ongoing research projects which in the main have been self-initiated.
These projects focus on the spatial and structural implications of the direct manipulation of material to achieve innovative building forms.
The title of the presentation Work/Play reflects the strong duality in the nature of these two types of projects in terms of not only intention by also circumstance.
The Language of Abstraction with Sara Robichaud
Image: Langue Maternelle 74x48, 2014
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Nanaimo, BC V9R 5G6
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