Thinking Place consists of the presentation of a series of architectural objects/models that are attempts to ‘reimagine’ Wittgenstein’s hut using the limited available visual resources. In addition, the exhibition will include photographs and drawings and field notes that reflect the breadth and variety of visual and practical research that Mark Riley has undertaken over the past two years. This will encourage the audience to engage with the buildings as more than just aesthetic objects. It will allow them to be read on a number of levels and put them in an historical, cultural and topographic context that links past, present and future.
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2016|
- School of Arts and Digital Industries - Senior Lecturer
- Centre for Research in Arts and Creative Exchange