I will build a tall city interconnected by cul-de-sacs
In the interplay of postmodern architecture and society, the convenience that has come with the architecture also comes with a soullessness and marginalisation of large groups of people, mostly due to being imported to many places and not designed around people's needs. Nargess Hashemi's fourth solo exhibition at the gallery makes its way to our living spaces through a futuristic geometrical urban space filled with soft colourful crochet interiors. Two collections of works come together, encompassing two distanced angles on the same subject of space; large-scale urban plans and small scale delicate interiors. We look at the cross sections of urban environments showing us how we could interconnect while moving in-between crochet curtains that separate us without dividing us. These are the utopian living spaces Nargess Hashemi has imagined for us.
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