Ainslie Murray – Intangible Architecture

Munich-based Sydney architect and artist Ainslie Murray’s work is an invisible architecture of the air using light and shadows to point to a new way of understanding space and the way we move in it.

In these works abstract spaces are formed by hand, characterised by time-taking detail and the repetitive, ritualistic gestures of pattern making. The moving, productive bodies that danced these structures into being have now departed, and all that remains is the physical trace of that process; the works themselves become a memory of inhabitation. Space quivers, fragile materialities float away leaving only the body in space, content in its imaginings of the spatial history of the built environment.



Ainslie Murray, Chelle Macnaughtan, Malte Wagenfeld Artist Talks

RMIT Gallery Artist Talk featuring Ainslie Murray, Chelle Macnaughtan, Malte WagenfeldRMIT Gallery Artist Talk featuring Ainslie Murray discussing her work Intangible Architecture,…


Chelle Macnaughtan, Ainslie Murray & Malte Wagenfeld

RMIT Gallery has three exhibitions running concurrently from the 14th April til 28th of May 2011. The artists featured are: 1. Chelle…

Sound in the Space of Architecture

Exhibition13 Apr – 28 May 2011

Chelle Macnaughtan – Spatial Listening

Artist Chelle Macnaughtan’s floor-based collection of etched black aluminium panels invite gallery visitors to participate in the work by walking over the…

Malte Wagenfeld, 'Aesthetics of air'

Exhibition13 Apr – 28 May 2011

Malte Wagenfeld – Aesthetics of Air

Industrial designer Malte Wagenfeld will exhibit a series of installations using lasers and fog that give us a glimpse into the stunning…