‘Architecture Makes Us’ includes six major video works by this collaborative duo exploring how we are affected by the geographical, technological and the architectural influences that surround us through structures both tangible and intangible; such as craggy geographies, territorialisation, surveillance, exhausted systems and future philosophies.
Leber and Chesworth’s new 8-channel video installation, Geography Becomes Territory Becomes (2018) explores an 18th-century Finnish island fortress, highlighting the tension between built and natural environments – walls appear as screens, windows as frames and rigid enclosures emerge from rocky landscapes.
Griffith University Art Museum
Until 27 April, 2019
Zaum Tractor, Eternal Pools, 2013, archival inkjet print, 66 x 100cm, from the Zaum Tractor video project. This project has been supported by Australia Council for the Arts, Creative Victoria, Gridchinhall Art Centre, Moscow, Art-Amnesty Project by Olga Kalashnikova, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, and 16thLINE Gallery, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Courtesy the artists and Griffith University Art Museum, Queensland