AMY HOWDEN-CHAPMAN

BRICK WALL, GLASS FALL (2016)

Brick Fall, Glass Wall looks at the phenomenological effects and ideological signifiers generated by a built environment dominated by glass. Historical examples of mirrored and glass architecture from the Southern California landscape are presented as early precursors to the glass buildings that have become ubiquitous in contemporary urban environments, as witnessed in the rebuilding of Christchurch after its major earthquake in 2011.

See:
http://www.physicsroom.org.nz/exhibitions/brick-fall-glass-wall