White Room/Black Room sees Brodsky transform an entire floor of the gallery into two rooms filled with light and darkness, making for a fully immersive experience. Viewers enter through a small door and the space is divided into two contrasting rooms. They first encounter a seemingly endless corridor of white light and then a more confined darker chamber, hidden from view and filled with blackness. Described as the 'most important Russian architect alive today' Brodsky's work is characterised by the ability to translate archetypal traditional forms, using everyday materials and construction techniques.
- Featured Artist:
- Alexander Brodsky