The exhibition, called Habitat Machines, includes compositions made from objects including coffee pots and bathroom scales.
The exhibition will be open 25 September - 19 October.
The following text is from gallery director Wil Kucey:
Habitat Machines - David Trautrimas
In 'Habitat Machines' David Trautrimas' photo-based architecture explores the construct of home with a series of residential buildings born of everyday objects. From Art Deco coffee pots to the Constructivist grid pattern on an old bathroom scale, Trautrimas searches for source materials which allude to a greater architectural doctrine usually unnoticed in these machines.
Then, by dramatic distortion of scale and context, elements of these objects are meticulously re-assembled into strikingly original structures that are paradoxically familiar by virtue of their origins.
- Campana Brothers video interview 1
- Free Falling by Ezri Tarazi
- ck IN2U bottle by Stephen Burks
- Marc Newson designs limited-edition samu…rai sword
- Debut collection from Clique combines el…ectronics with handcrafted marble and wood
- Frost by Mars
- New images of Manned Cloud by Jean-Marie… Massaud
- Headless rooftop chickens by Rootoftwo r…espond to internet panic levels
- Plytube by Seongyong Lee
Sign up for a daily roundup
of all our stories