The Royal Australian Institute of Architecture (RAIA) presents ‘Repair’, an exhibition, curated by Baracco+Wright Architects and Linda Tegg. The show is designed to disrupt the viewing conditions through which architecture is usually understood.
The theme for the Australian Pavilion at the 2018 Venice Biennale is Repair. Created by Baracco+Wright Architects in collaboration with Linda Tegg, it consists of a living installation, Grasslands Repair, that presents more than 60 species of Western Plains Grasslands plants from South East Australia. By covering the ground of the pavilion with these plants, it explores the relationship between architecture and the natural environment, especially in regards to the ecologically sensitive landscape of Australia and the cultural importance of the land for the Indigenous people.