The work of Kihlberg & Henry presents architecture as a biological event, an over-spilling of the human mind into exterior space which forms the site where the fixed becomes unhinged. Rising waters flood building and memory alike. Images fall from the mouth and an inhalation draws a room inwards. A dubious building is visited fleetingly from a distance and concrete structures are melted by the application of grammar, reforming the landscape of the brain and taking with them architecture itself.
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Danielle Arnaud, London