UTS 2012 Interstices Symposium: Immaterial Materialities

The UTS Architecture School is hosting the 2012 Interstices Symposium in Sydney, 28–30 November 2012. Interstices: Journal of Architecture and Related Arts is an influential New Zealand-based architecture journal about the spaces between idea and thing.

The symposium, Immaterial Materialities: Materiality and Interactivity in Art and Architecture, includes local and International speakers from colleges, universities and institutes of technology in a pslit program with symposium and workshops at Tusculum and keynote address at the MCA.

Keynotes include:

  • Professor Philip Ursprung (ETH Zürich), exploring the interface between art and architecture through the work of Olafur Eliasson, Peter Zumthor and Herzog de Meuron.
  • Professor Jonathan Hill (University College London), giving a critical re-evaluation of contemporary responses to climate change.

28–30 November 2012
Symposium: Tusculum
Keynotes: Auditorium, MCA (Museum of Contemporary Art Australia)
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Registration:
Symposium and keynotes $199
Keynote by Philip Ursprung $29/$19 students
Keynote by Jonathan Hill $29/$19 students

Event details
Date
Wednesday, 28 Nov 2012 to Friday, 30 Nov 2012 Past event
Location
Australian Institute of Architects
3 Manning Street,  Potts Point,  NSW,  Australia
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