This exhibition celebrations a long-distance collaboration between Nat Chard and Perry Kulper, which has spanned over a decade. Both understand and respect the traditional motivations for architecture but are suspicious of the way that these can be used in a reductive manner, based on information and observations that are easy to calibrate or have the appearance of certainty.
Nat and Perry explore the less graspable aspects of architecture through the way they make their work – Perry concentrating on the ways that the tactics and strategies he uses can charge his drawings while Nat practices these ambitions through the construction of didactic drawing instruments. The influence of the conversation can be seen in each of their work; they have also worked on collaborative pieces, some of which are included in this exhibition.
The works on show include drawings, drawing instruments and objects. Most are studies that tease out new territories for their authors, each time bringing them into contact with less certain and more tantalising architectural possibilities.