An open stage/platform above with shelter below.
- Professor Callum Morton Monash Art, Design and Architecture
- Rosemary Forde
- Andre Bonnice
- Nicholas Agius
The stage-like framework is a striking visual presence on its own, but it will also be added to and adapted throughout the year by Damp as an evolving work. It will be these transformations, as well as students and audiences activating the site in different ways that will complete the work.
Professor Callum Morton
Gormenghast was an open stage/platform above with shelter below - designed in collaboration with artists group DAMP to use for a series of workshops and performances as part of Rosemary Forde’s Curatorial PhD at MADA. The pavilion was constructed in the Ian Potter Courtyard in consultation with Monash University Art Museum (MUMA) and was adapted over time by DAMP as their workshops developed.