Australian architects and designers and Japan
An exhibition curated by Dr Mark Stiles
Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small Street Willoughby NSW 2068
The exhibition is open 10am – 4pm, Wednesdays to Sundays, and will run from 6 May to 24 May 2015.
This exhibition will present the work of seven Australian designers reflecting the influence the art and culture of Japan has had on their own practice.
Those participating will be Adrian Boddy (photography), Tony Caro (photography), Ro Cook (textiles), Tony Coote (architecture), Diane Jones (architecture), Ayako Saito (sculpture) and Keith Pike (architecture).
The Willoughby Incinerator Art Space, designed as a municipal incinerator in 1934 by Walter Burley Griffin and Eric Nicholls and renovated in 2006 by SJB/GML, is the perfect showcase for the work of these innovative architects and designers.
Willoughby City council is gratefully acknowledged for the provision of the Incinerator Art Space.