Exoskeleton

Speculating about minimum architecture and the point at which body stops and architecture begins. The forms used, hinting at the architecture of cars, planes and space junk (the discarded exoskeletons of the technological era), evoke images of insects and their spent carapaces which already litter the park at a different scale.

EXOSKELETON POD Richard Goodwin 2000 (2016)
EXOSKELETON POD Richard Goodwin 2000 (2016)

Werribee Park, Vic. Australia

Image: © Gary Light
Creative Commons: (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)

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