“Professor Richard Goodwin must be one of the most misunderstood figures in Australian art and architecture…” writes Adam Jasper in Art and Australia.
Back in April this year Richard Goodwin won the 2011 Wynne Prize with his sculpture Co-isolated slave. The Wynne Prize is one of Australia’s longest running art prizes, it is awarded to the best landscape painting of Australian scenery or figure sculpture art.
Through imagination, investigation and invasion Richard Goodwin’s new book “The Architecture of Invagination” presents ideas to radically transform and blur the boundaries between public and private spaces. It is understood that only through continuous change can we offer sustainable alternatives to bring about a more ‘breathable’ city. The book is available through the RMIT University Press.