27 April 2017

Coincidences is an exhibition by John Wardle Architects (JWA) brought to you by the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning in the Tin Sheds Gallery.

'Coincidences' is an exploration of the work and methodology of John Wardle Architects (JWA) carried out by a series of prominent architectural photographers, an artist and filmmakers. This exhibition interrogates the boundaries between public and private spaces. Can a foyer have the intimacy of a living room? How might a house have the civic atmosphere of a university hall?

A series of twenty six images are presented in pairs; thus drawing out points of commonality, 'coincidences', across seemingly unconnected architectural contexts. Contributors include photographers Sharyn Cairns, Erieta Attali, Sam Noonan, Kristoffer Paulsen, Brett Boardman, Earl Carter, Peter Hyatt, Dianna Snape, Peter Bennetts, John Gollings, Shannon McGrath, Trevor Mein, Max Creasy and artist Peter Kennedy.

A second exhibition chamber adjacent includes an immersive film installation by Coco and Maximilian describing a survey of JWA work across varying scales. This is accompanied by a series of 3D visualisations of projects soon to commence construction.

Please RSVP here for the opening event. The exhibition will continue to run until 26 May 2017, see the Tin Sheds Gallery for opening hours.

Image above by Lee Grant

Time: 6:00pm

Location: Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, 148 City Road, Darlington