Forum: I like your tome, but what’s the content?! Melbourne Art Book Fair.

The 2015 Melbourne Art Book Fair presents a panel discussion led by Sibling’s Timothy Moore, who will be joined by industry figures Andrew Mackenzie and Cristina Goberna.

Architects continue to enshrine the architectural publication as core to their design practice, despite the rise of digital media. This forum will ask: what is the content of architectural publications, and how does this contribute to the practice of architecture?

Timothy Moore is the director of architecture at Melbourne practice Sibling, and has worked as an editor at Volume and Architecture Australia magazines.

Cristina Goberna is the co-founder of Fake Industries Architecture Agonism, a practice based in New York, Barcelona and Sydney.

Andrew Mackenzie is the director of both the architectural consultancy firm City Lab and URO publications. The former editor of Architecture Review Australia is currently the architecture correspondent for the Australian Financial Review and The Saturday Newspaper.


3.30 - 4pm Sunday 3 May 2015
Ground level, Great Hall
National Gallery of Victoria
180 St Kilda Road Melbourne VIC 3004

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Sunday, 3 May 2015 Past event
Ground Level, Great Hall, National Gallery of Victoria
180 St Kilda Road,  Melbourne,  Vic  3004,  Australia
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