Lessons in transformative objects with Professor Richard Goodwin

Published by: Australian Design Centre | 17-Apr-2018
Goodwin will present a lecture focusing on his experiences working on the interdisciplinary exhibition Porosity Kabari.
Venue: Australian Design Centre
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Date: Thursday 10th May 2018
Time: 6 "“ 8pm
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Richard Goodwin's practice as an artist/architect/professor, explores Duchamp's revelation of the readymade', as fundamental to his post functionalist theory and practice. How can something be something else? His work does not invent new shapes but instead appropriates objects from differing functions, combining them at different scales. At the city scale buildings and public spaces are transformed using these theories under his research banner - Porosity.

Goodwin will present a lecture focusing on his experiences working on this interdisciplinary, cross-cultural, collaborative project in Mumbai for three weeks alongside Australian object designer Trent Jansen and Indian design thinker Ishan Khosla to create what became Porosity Kabari.

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