Architecture Makes Us: Cinematic Visions of Sonia Leber and David Chesworth

Experience architecture in its broadest sense, at Architecture Makes Us: Cinematic Visions of Sonia Leber and David Chesworth, on now at the Centre for Contemporary Photography.

The exhibition is a mid-career survey of the pair’s work, bringing together six major video works of Leber and Chesworth, who have been collaborating for twenty years. Their work explores the ‘architecture’ that shapes society; from political systems and the rise of technology, through to modern geographies and the built environments that shape our lives.

[Main image: from the project ‘Monumental Powerhouse’ 2017. Sonia Leber and David Chesworth. Image courtesy of the Centre for Contemporary Photography]

Where: 404 George St, Fitzroy, Melbourne

When: until 9 September 2018

How much: See website for details

More info: Centre for Contemporary Photography

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