Through her poetic images, Israeli architectural photographer Erieta Attali explores the relationship between architecture and landscape, interrogating how the context and surrounding terrain of a building form part of a two-way dialogue. Attali is a master at revealing the natural within the manmade, depicting architecture as a feature of nature.
Projects by some of the world’s leading architects are revealed in this thought-provoking exhibition that focuses on the way Attali infects her images with details from nature and in doing so communicates a fundamental aspect of architecture – to encourage humankind to re-orient and centre itself through architectural responses.
Level 3, Contemporary Art & Design
Open 10am–5pm daily