Skyscraper takes its name from a novel written in the same year that the Empire State Building opened its doors. The novel is a romance tinged with feminist ambition and the type of aspirational architectural motif that inspire the artists within the show.

Chicks on Speed, Madelon Vriesendorp and Pelican Avenue all share a fantastical approach to design that leads beyond utility towards the articulation of desire and absurdity. Far from the earnest pronouncements of 1970s feminism, Skyscraper is a joyous declaration of independence from conservatism, logic and category distinction.

The outcomes veer easily from hats, to anthropomorphised architectural painting, miniature worlds, and wall hangings.

Here you can express yourself. (*required)