Architect and artist Richard Goodwin discusses the outcomes of the latest Curating Cities Porosity Lab.

Richard Goodwin is an artist and architect who combines the disciplines in experimental propositions and projects. Combining performance, installation and architecture, Goodwin’s work is politically and socially active. Often working in public space, he creates works that are site responsive, explorative and sometimes confronting. In his recent Porosity Studio projects, Goodwin utilises the city like a laboratory, testing ideas and mapping movements and boundaries. The recipient of many awards and accolades, in 2004 Goodwin won the Helen Lempriere Award for Sculpture and in 2012 his Porosity project was featured in Australia’s presentation at the Venice Biennale of Architecture.