Richard Goodwin

Richard Goodwin is Professor and founder of the Porosity research group at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW. His work ranges from gallery exhibitions to “parasitic” architecture / public artworks, urban infrastructure design and the international Porosity Studios. His prizes include: The National Sculpture Award 1985, The Sculpture by the Sea Water Prize 2003, Helen Lempriere Award 2004, The Blackett Award Australian Institute of Architects 2004, Urban Design Commendation, AIA, The Wynne Prize for sculpture 2011. He is the recipient of two grants from the Australian Research Council for his Porosity research. His artwork is held in major collections including the Art Gallery of NSW, the National Gallery of Victoria and the Nuremburg Museum. Major exhibitions include: 2 Venice Architecture Biennales 2008, 2010, 3 Australian Perspecta Exhibitions, 3 Australian Sculpture Triennales, The National Sculpture Award NGA 2001, The Third International Drawing Trienniale Nuremburg 1985, Innensiete a Satellite of Documenta 10 in Kassel 1997, Distance Tokyo 1995, and Beijing Architecture Biennale.

Papers submitted to the Studies in Material Thinking Journal