Australian architect Richard Black has long been engaged with research related to the Murray River—Australia’s longest and most agriculture-intensive watercourse that has been continually impacted by floods. In this exhibition, Black proposes a series of sustainable design solutions to improve both the health of the river system and those living along it. A teacher at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University and a partner in the firm of Times Two Architects, Black’s sustained research explores overlaps and adjacencies between architecture and landscape.
Australia’s Murray River
September 20, 2011 - March 1, 2012