Photographic exhibition by Danica O. Kus
Danica O. Kus is interested in photographing architecture, which broadens the boundaries in a sense of innovation and solutions for sustainability. She is also interested in architecture as space, as poetry. In this series, she explores the space as an emotional experience.
The spatial boundary can serve to unite or separate space. Boundaries between real and unreal can be blurred and become a dream.
Photographs were made in London at Tate Britain (renovated by Caruso St John Architects), Tate Modern Blavatnik building by Herzog & de Meuron, V&A Museum (new wing by AL_A), Wellcome Collection (new staircase by Wilkinson Eyre Architects), Stella McCartney (sustainable Old Bond Street flagship store), Gasholders Building by Wilkinson Eyre Architects, Coal Drops Yard by Thomas Heatherwick’s studio.