Richard Goodwin

Richard Goodwin is a proponent of public art’s role in redefining art and architecture.  A prominent contemporary artist whose practice lies on the boundaries of architecture, urban design, performance, installation and public art, his work is well exhibited and collected. Goodwin features in major collections including the Art Gallery of NSW, the National Gallery of Victoria and the Nuremburg Museum and exhibited at 3 Sculpture Triennials, 3 Australian Perspectas, Distance Tokyo and Kyoto, and Der Overkant a survey of Australian sculpture in Den Haag 2007. A trained architect, Goodwin is known for his site-specific public art through numerous public commissions, including Mobius Sea outside the Art Gallery of NSW, Exoskeleton Tower-Reach at the Galleries Victoria in Sydneyand Charles Street Pedestrian Bridge over the City West Link in Leichhardt. A professor at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW, Goodwin established and runs the Porosity Studio a cross disciplinary studio which blurs the boundaries between art and architecture and uses the city as a laboratory.

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"Dempsey House (Architecture Parasite)" 2007, Richard Goodwin