Exhibitions

1:1 Research by Design – Dermoid (a collaboration between CITA and SIAL), exhibition of results from research at the Institute of Design and School of Architecture, Communication and the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture (CITA), at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, Denmark, 12 March to 10 April 2011.

Venice Biennale (Passion Façade model exhibited in Australian Pavilion), 11th International Architecture Exhibition ‘Out There. Architecture Beyond Building, Venice, Italy, 14 September – 23 November 2008.
Object Gallery, Sydney, April 2009;
Victorian State of Design Festival, Federation Square Melbourne, June 2009;
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, 25 September – 17 October 2009;
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Singapore, 30 November – 7 February 2010;
National Art Gallery Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, 29 April – 16 May 2010;
Gallery of Australian Design Canberra, June 2010.

Gaudí Unseen – Completing the Sagrada Família as part of the National Gallery of Victoria Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition Salvador Dalí: Liquid Design, 18 June, Clemenger BBDO Auditorium NGV International, Melbourne.

Gaudí Unseen (exhibition and catalogue), Arkitekturmuseet Skeppsholmen, Stockholm, Sweden, 2 October 2008 – 6 January 2009.

The Mathematics of Architecture (with Jane Burry) in the Nascent Present Exhibition curated by Paul Minifie, State of Design Festival, Melbourne, Australia, 2009.

Beijing Biennale (SIAL project work), 3rd Beijing Architecture Biennial ABB2008  ‘(Im)material Processes: New Digital Techniques for Architecture’, an international exhibition of student work held in Beijing, China from 24 October – 2 November 2008.

Spatial Knowledge and the Built Environment: The Design Implications of Making, Processing and digitally Prototyping Architectural Models. Modelling, Identity and the Post Digital Exhibition (ARC Discovery grant), Melbourne Museum, 15 August – 14 September 2008.

Gaudí Unseen exhibition and catalogue, Deutsche Werkstatten Hellerau GmbH, Dresden, Germany, 28 February – 30 May 2008.

Gaudí Unseen exhibition and catalogue, Deutschesarchitekturmuseum, Frankfurt, Germany, September 2007– February 2008.

Digital Project. Frank Gehry’s Vision, Danish Architecture Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark, 9 March – 20 May 2007.

Spatial Knowledge and the Built Environment: The Design Implications of Making, Processing and digitally Prototyping Architectural Models. Homo Faber Exhibition (ARC Discovery grant), Melbourne Museum, Melbourne, Australia, 9 August – 16 September 2007.

The Clerestory Window for Antoni Gaudí’s Sagrada Família Church, Barcelona Spain, at the NewDowse Museum, Lower Hutt, New Zealand, February – August 2007.

Antoni Gaudí Architecture and Art Exhibition, Curator: Yu-Tung Liu), National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall Taipei, Taiwan, 22 July – 10 September 2006.

Spatial Knowledge and the Built Environment: The Design Implications of Making, Processing and digitally Prototyping Architectural Models. Homo Faber Exhibition (ARC Discovery grant), Melbourne Museum, Melbourne, Australia,
1 June – 2 July 2006.

‘Out of Mind into Sight’, lab.3000 Digital Design Biennale, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne, Australia, November 2004 – March 2005.

Digital Fabricators Exhibition, London, UK (June) and Waterloo, Canada, November 2004.

Curator ‘Melbourne Hotspots’ and ‘Brain Cells’ exhibitions at the inaugural Beijing Architecture Biennale, September-October 2 2004.

Curator of SIAL contribution to Non Standard Architectures exhibition (collaboration with dECOi Architects, Paris and Tom Kovac, Melbourne), Paris, France, December 2003.

Beyond Media – Spot on Schools’, 7th International Festival for Architecture in video, Florence, Italy, October 2003 (with University of Auckland).

Member of Scientific Committee for Gaudí: Exploring Form exhibition held in Barcelona, Spain from May to October 2002.

Member of the Scientific Committee for La Reserca de la Forma exhibition, El Tinell, Barcelona, Spain, May-September 2002.

Architectural illustrations included in Claude Parent: an Oblique Lineage, drawings and models by architects and artists, West Los Angeles, USA, January 2000.

Initiator and organiser of new annual Victoria University School of Architecture, New Zealand, exhibition in civic location 1989-91.

Co-curator of Translations, Exhibition of working drawings for projects by Gehry, Morphosis, Eric Owen Moss, F.D. Israel, Miralles, Gaudí, Jahn, Stirling, Jiricna, Hopkins and Piano, Victoria University Schools of Architecture and Design, New Zealand, August – September 1995.

Co-curator of Drawn Together: Enric Miralles and Leon van den Eijkel, New Work Studio, Wellington, New Zealand, March 1994.

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