Architecture of Being delves into the intricate relationship between human creations and the spaces they inhabit. Through a curated collection of artworks, this exhibition explores the multifaceted nature of the built environment, ranging from immediate ideas of architectural spaces and material permanence to generational belonging and temporality.
The works on display offer diverse perspectives and mediums, including painting, sculpture, installation, and multimedia presentations. By blurring the boundaries between art and the tangible world, each piece invites viewers to contemplate the profound impact of the built environment on our lives, society, and the natural environment.
The artists and designers represented bring forth a captivating visual narrative that evokes emotions, challenges preconceived notions and prompts critical reflections on the interplay between human aspirations, the physical and intangible structures that manifest those visions, and the resulting impact on individuals and communities.
While the exhibition highlights functional and aesthetic aspects, it also aims to foster a deeper understanding of the complexity inherent in built environments. By showcasing work that explores the implications of human constructions, this exhibition invites visitors to consider the sociocultural, historical, and ecological dimensions embedded in how we develop our surroundings.