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Interstices Symposium: Registration and Final Program

In Uncategorized on October 26, 2011 at 16:39

REGISTER FOR THE INTERSTICES SYMPOSIUM ONLINE HERE

DOWNLOAD FINAL PROGRAM: Interstices 2011 final program

DOWNLOAD ABSTRACTS: Interstices 2011 Abstracts 

Interstices Under Construction Symposium:

Technics, Memory and the Architecture of History

25-27 November 2011, University of Tasmania, Launceston, Tasmania

FINAL Program

Friday 25 November

Nualla O’Flaherty Theatre, The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery

4pm – 4.15pm Opening Address
4.15pm – 5.45pm FRAME
Stuart KingLandscape and the Mnemotechnics of Tasmanian Architectural History; Nicole SullyDestruction of the Dialectics of Memory: Reimagining and Reremembering the Works of Minoru Yamasaki; Hannah Lewi: Deranging Oneself in Someone Else’s House
5.45pm – 6.15pm Interstices 12 Journal Launch and Cocktails
6.15pm – 7.30pm KEY SPEAKER 1
Alessandra Ponte: The Archives of the Planet: Cinema, Photography and Memory 1908–31


Saturday 26 November
School of Visual and Performing Arts, School of Architecture & Design

9am – 10.30am LANDSCAPE
School of Visual and Performing Arts Foyer
Gini LeeRe-enacting Stonescape: Territories Under Construction Brought to Presence; Linda Marie Walker: Untitled Procedures; Jacqueline Power + Marilyne Nicholls: Intertwined: Ring Trees in Wadi Wadi Country
10.30am – 11am MORNING TEA
School of Architecture & Design Foyer
11am – 12pm KEY SPEAKER 2
School of Architecture & Design Lecture Theatre
Jeff Malpas: Building Memory
12pm – 1pm LUNCH
School of Architecture & Design Foyer
1pm – 2.30pm SESSION 1: CINEMA
School of Architecture & Design Seminar Room Level 1
Michael Tawa: To Be Two. Interstice and Deconstitution in Cinema and Architecture; Jane Madsen: The Space of Collapse: A Two Part Terrain; Nikos Papastergiadis: TBC
1pm – 2.30pm SESSION 2: PSYCHE
School of Architecture & Design Seminar Room Level 2
Jen Brown: Projecting Brisbane: Lines of F/light in the 2011 Post-Flood Festival; Simon Bourke: Interstices and the Aerial Viewpoint: Reconstructing the Complexity of the ‘Normal’ Experience; John Roberts: The Ruins are Wonderful so Why Worry? Ruins as Historical ‘Image-Objects’ for Aalto and Utzon 
2.30pm – 3pm AFTERNOON TEA
School of Architecture & Design Foyer
3pm – 4.30pm SESSION 1: SPIRIT
School of Architecture & Design Seminar Room Level 1
Anuradha Chatterjee: Birth, Death and Rebirth: Reconstruction of Architecture in Ruskin’s Writings; Hayley Wright: Catastrophic Facadism: The Authentic Imitation; Fiona Gray: Paper and Fire – The Images and Ashes of Rudolf Steiner’s Architecture
3pm – 5.00pm SESSION 2: ICON
School of Architecture & Design Seminar Room Level 2
Iman Al-Attar: Between the ‘represented’ and ‘representing’: The crisis of Urban History and the Techniques of Historiography; Tania Davidge: Catastrophe and Memorialisation: Reflecting on the Architectural After-Effects of September 11; James Lewis: Understanding the Iconic Icon; Tanja Poppelreuter: Mneme of Space
5pm – 5.30pm DRINKS
School of Architecture & Design Foyer
5.30pm – 6.30pm KEY SPEAKER 3
School of Architecture & Design Lecture Theatre (videoconference link to London)
Peg Rawes: Spinoza’s Geometric Ecology
8pm DINNER
Northern Club, 61 Cameron Street, Launceston

Sunday 27 November
School of Visual and Performing Arts

9am – 10.30am DOMESTIC
Sean Pickersgill: A Memory of Entropy – Architecture in Tarkovsky’s StalkerSandra Löschke: Techniques of Display – On Constructing and Mediating Cultural and Aesthetic Values in Exhibition Environments; Kirsty Volz: The French Polisher and the Unsentimental Interior
10.30am – 11am MORNING TEA
School of Visual and Performing Arts
11am – 12pm KEY SPEAKER 4
Karen Burns: Signs, Symptoms and the Index: Depicting Past and Present at Purrumbete, 1901–02
12pm – 1pm LUNCH
School of Visual and Performing Arts
1pm – 2pm KEY SPEAKER 5
William Taylor: Architectural Typologies and the Mnemotechnics of Rebuilding in Recent Post-Disaster Scenarios
2pm – 3pm PLENARY SESSION

REGISTER FOR THE INTERSTICES SYMPOSIUM ONLINE HERE


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