Prof. Richard Goodwin is one of seven Australian artists invited to participate in Sculpture by the Sea, in Aarhus, Denmark.

The Danish version of Sculpture by the Sea, which originated in Bondi, Sydney is now in its fourth year. This popular Summer initiative was established in Denmark following Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary’s enthusiasm for the Bondi exhibition they attended in 2011.

More than half a million visitors are expected to visit the event, which runs from 5 June – 5 July 2015.

Richard Goodwin flew to Denmark in early June to install his artwork Twin Parasite in a forest. The exhibition features approximately 60 sculptures presented along a beach, the waterfront and in the forest near Aarhus.

Goodwin’s practice explores the crossover between art and architecture, which results in large complex structures composed of re-thought readymade machines and architecture. Twin Parasite builds on Goodwin’s Exoskeleton and Parasite series of works and explores ideas about sculpture and experimental art post 9/11.

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