84 bright red cubes twist and torque into the customs House Atrium. Catching flight, and at times playfully descending down to the visitors below. The continually changing direction and geometry seduces and engages an audience into a state of dynamism as they try to follow and capture the entire complexity of the work. “Stitching the Void’s” effortless nature excludes qualities such as lightness and fluidity, taking on nonstatic properties and propelling the notion of architecture’s ‘building block’ into something driven by energy and vitality, capturing Enter Project’s approach to design.
The installation compromises of only two materials – bright red cloth and carbon fiber frames – allowing it to soar like its inspiration, the kite, lifting with it our imaginations of the possibilities architecture could have, as it ascends the boundaries of building blocks, reaching for the skylight, and the fluidity of the skies.
Location: Custom House, Sydney