Book Launch: 2-2.30pm AEST / 3-3.30pm AEDT
Curator's Talk: 2.30-3pm AEST / 3.30-4pm AEDT
Opening Event: 3-5pm AEST
Bringing together a collection of essays by international scholars, Valuing Architecture: Heritage and the Economics of Culture uses heritage as a lens through which to interrogate the value of architecture, shaped as it is through the intersection of cultural and economic forces.
Round About or Inside explores how artists from multiple geographic and cultural contexts approach the spaces and sites that mark our lives.
Artists: Paul Bai, Elizabeth Djakurrurr, Valérie Mannaerts, Philip Metten, Archie Moore, Yukultji Napangati, Brian O'Doherty, Sarah Oppenheimer, Steve Van den Bosch
Exhibition architecture: Ashley Paine
Curators: Wouter Davidts, Ghent University, and Angela Goddard, Director of Griffith University Art Museum
This is a COVID safe event. We ask all visitors to please wear a mask, check in, and practise social distancing.
Round About or Inside is supported by the research project 'Is Architecture Art? A history of concepts, categories and recent practices' funded by the Australian Research Council and The University of Queensland's School of Architecture / Architecture Theory Criticism History Research Centre (ATCH), in partnership with Ghent University.
Image: Archie Moore MIS SPACE, 2021. Ink on paper; intervention in Georges Perec's Species of Spaces, 1974. Courtesy the artist and The Commercial, Sydney. Photo: Carol Ha
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