Our work considers and re-frames the space that objects, people and artworks are seen within. Pavilion creates architectures for the gallery which operate simultaneously as installation and display devices for other art works.
Pavilion’s research practice is concerned with the spatial, theoretical and virtual framing of the art object in the gallery, exposing a dialogue between the fiction and function of art and architecture. Works take the form of architectural installation, furniture, archive, zines and video.
Pavilion represents an ongoing investigation that looks to blur the boundaries between object, viewer and curator. Future projects will expand on the question as to whether gallery space can genuinely behave as performative architecture.
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