Sam Spurr is an architectural theorist and designer working across academia, installation art and curatorship. For the past decade Sam has taught across architecture and design and was founding director of the Interior and Spatial Design program at UTS. She holds a doctorate titled ‘Performative Architecture’ from UNSW. As part of the collective N she has curated exhibitions, public interviews and design projects about the impact of conversation on art, architecture and design. Sam has exhibited at the Moscow Biennale 2013, Sydney Biennale 2012, Storefront Gallery NYC (2012), the Prague Quadrennial 2011 and The Gwangju Design Biennale 2011, as well as co-curating the first SEAM Symposium (2009) on architecture, film and dance.