Kim Bridgland

Kim Bridgland was the 2007 Eric Parker Travelling Scholar whose programme took him to Europe, Britain and Scandinavia in 2008.

Over three months of the northern winter period,he travelled to Japan, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, The Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France and England. His plan was to visit and experience the work of artists and architects that demand a more critical response, intentionally or otherwise, in their use of materiality and in their dialogue with the natural environment. On his travels, he sought out the works of a range of critical architects and artists including Kengo Kuma, Doris Salcedo, Tadao Ando, Richard Long, Claude Monet, Sou Fujimoto, Steven Holl, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Alvar Aalto, Matti Sanaksenaho, James Turrell, Jørn Utzon, Rachel Whiteread, Peter Zumthor, Nan Goldin, Christian Kerez, Renzo Piano, Walter DeMaria, Yayoi Kusama, Le Corbusier and Herzog & De Meuron.

Kim B 2007

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