Fables for the Drone Age features 14 maquettes and small sculptures, spanning three decades of practice by Australian artist and architect Richard Goodwin. Constructed of plastic model parts of airplanes, motorcycles, and helicopters, combined with wood, metal, and primer paint, each is a proposition for an intervention in the city. Goodwin’s delicate yet aggressive maquettes suggest an event in action, a single frame of a film or the painful process of transformation.
Published in 2017 by N Editions, edited by David Burns.
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