Exhibition of Taiwan, Namibia, Serbia, South Africa and the Caribbean will present architecture, cities, structures and ideas that have all undergone radical shifts.
A tensile structure of seed-lined cotton threads will span the main hall, designed by Taiwan’s National Cheng Kung University. A collaboration between Architecture and Art, students and teachers, nature and artifacts, this project is presented by Department of Architecture. Using elements that are both regularly seen, but easily neglected in daily life, this installation uses ordinary objects to generate a spatial and visual spectacle.
Namibia: Definitions of Space. This exhibition seeks to trace the complex production of space throughout Namibia’s turbulent history, and to develop a critical understanding of the contemporary, post-colonial Namibian city. Different definitions of space coexist both socially and spatially. By Namibia Directorate of Arts (MYNSSC) & Polytechnic of Namibia