A city made of cardboard in an art gallery

23 Jun 2018

“The premise is simple, yet it invites discourse on a range of ideas from the rich and poor divide, to housing problems and relocation, an exploration of homemaking and what makes a community work.

The developing cardboard city, part shanty, part skyscraper, is intriguingly attractive. As it is at closer inspection, with the joyous individual structures produced – some resemble forts, others on stilts or layered up like a pagoda.”

Stuff reviews Isabel and Alfredo Aquilizan’s exhibition, From Pillars to Posts: Project Another Country at Auckland Art Gallery. The exhibition will be on until 16 September. Read the full review by Fran Dribble here.

Image courtesy the artists and Auckland Art Gallery.