Kitchen Architecture MK 2

Bruce Bell

17 June 2008


Bruce Bell’s artworks are experiments in scale and its distortion. They challenge our perception of the miniature 
when placed in a full scale context and explore the boundaries between objects in the designed environment: 
when does a model become a product, its own entity, or architecture cease to relate to building? Children instinctively create environments for play that are less defined in terms of scale than the spaces we create in the adult world. Similarly, these models play with architecture, creating spatial forms without the complications of practicalities such as planning, cost, structural concerns or use. Kitchen Architecture follows a similar theme: its shelves are stacked like multi-storey car parks.