Fertile Methodologies

On the symbolic power of architectural form

Tarik Ahlip (AU), Josh Harle (AU)

This project extends Tarik Ahlip’s study of sculptural form as a medium for exploring ontologies and socialised ideals of nature. Drawing on his background in architecture and interest in film, Ahlip’s worked with Tactical Space Lab to explore the figurative dimensions in sculpture within a cinematic composition of scenes in VR.

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Project Credits / Acknowledgements

Tactical Space Lab has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. The 2020 Virtual Reality Studios are supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW. Documentation produced in partnership with Officedog Productions.

Biography

Tarik Ahlip (AU) completed a BFA at COFA, University of New South Wales, in 2006. He joined Cracknell & Lonergan Architects in 2012 after completing an Architectural degree at UNSW. He was an artist in residence at Parramatta Artists Studios from 2012 – 2016. His first solo exhibition was Negative at Chapter House Lane, Melbourne, in April 2015. His first solo exhibition in Sydney was Neuro P.2 Lov at Alaska Projects, Kings Cross in March 2016, followed by Womanchrist in October 2017. Represented by Alaska Projects.