The brief was to expand the gallery space of the Judith Wright Centre for contemporary Art in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley. The proposition centres around an art gallery that wears a skin of art. An accessible, modular timber screen covers the gallery and exhibiting artists are encouraged to make a contribution. In this way the facade evolves, changes, decomposes and re-configures such that it is always intriguing. From the street the gallery is accessed by moving under the skin to a void, where an escalator carries you up into the centre of the building.
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