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    Exhibition explores Japanese influence on Australian architecture

    Nathan Johnson

    Japan: Australian Perspectives is a new exhibition featuring the works of seven contemporary Australian architects and designers who have been inspired by Japan.

    Open 6 May – 24 May, 2015 at the Incinerator Art Space in Willoughby NSW, the exhibition aims to show how these seven contemporary Australian creative practitioners have responded to the influence Japan has had on their own design practice. The exhibition is curated by Dr Mark Stiles.

    The exhibitors include Adrian Boddy (photography), Tony Caro (photography), Ro Cook (textiles), Tony Coote (architecture), Diane Jones (architecture), Keith Pike (architecture) and Ayako Saito (sculpture). All live and work in Sydney.

    The exhibition will be opened by Peter Poulet, NSW Government Architect on 8 May.

    Japan: Australian Perspectives

    Exhibition dates: 6 May to 24 May, 2015

    Opening times: Wednesday to Sunday, 10am-4pm

    Opening night: 8 May at 6pm

    Exhibition venue: The Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small Street, Willoughby NSW 2068

    Floor talks

    Sunday 10 May @ 2pm: Adrian Boddy and Tony Caro

    Sunday 17 May @ 2pm: Keith Pike

    Sunday 24 May @ 2pm: Tony Coote

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