The 2 Girls Building is a mixed use development; a polemic that fuses art, photography and architecture. The project explores the relationship between the three disciplines and blurs their respective boundaries resulting in one craft overlapping and appropriating the others characteristics in the form of a new medium. As a result photography appropriates architectural materiality and photography shifts into the architectural space of the third dimension.
On the outside, the 2 Girls Building is a work of art, inside it’s an art gallery. The walls are lined with inspiration from contemporary local artists. The light wells are sculptured art installations. Your home should be a haven from the worries of the world. A refuge which fills you with contentment years after the initial purchase has been consigned to memory. The 2 Girls Building is such a place.
There has always been something unsettling, yet strangely familiar about Samantha Everton’s imagery. It holds the viewer spellbound, pondering the source of her curious fascination. Everton’s innate talent and unerring integrity of photographic process has been well celebrated and awarded over the past seven years. Most recently she gained international recognition, when she achieved 1st Place in the Portrait category, 3rd Place in the Fi.