Call for Postgraduate Creative Design Research Projects 2017
August 13, 2017
Issues 18 & 19 – Call for Postgraduate Creative Design Research Projects
INTERSTICES: Journal of Architecture and Related Arts
Nicolas Visscher or Joan Blaeu (circa 1600). Map of Amsterdam with a Plan for a City Extension that was never Realised Description, Wikimedia.
The object of the idea constituting the human mind is the body.
We evolve and dissolve in computer (re)generated culture that is increasingly possessed by the spirit of animation.
Call for Creative Design Research Projects
Continuing our commitment to publish the work of emerging and established designers, Interstices: Journal of Architecture and Related Arts invites postgraduate researchers in architecture and related art and design fields to submit projects for the journal’s peer-reviewed, creative design research section.
Projects should be complete at the time of submission and are to include a design synopsis of 1500 words.
Project documentation and the synopsis should meet the following criteria:
- Be original and unpublished previously
- In the case of visual material, include no more than six indicative views of the proposal
- In the case of moving image, animated sequences, or audio works, not exceed four minutes duration
- Include a scholarly and critically contextualising synopsis for the project coauthored by both the project’s creator and the supervisor(s) involved. The synopsis should bear the name of the researcher as the primary author and the supervisor as the secondary author.
- Exhibit where feasible a relationship with a particular journal issue thematic.
Submissions will be considered for inclusion across the two forthcoming journal issues planned for publication in 2018: Issue 18, The Arts of Spinoza + Pacific Spinoza; Issue 19, Surface/Pattern.
Please submit full project documentation for the Interstices 18 & 19 journal issues to Dr Andrew Douglas (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 4 September 2017.
All submission will be blind refereed by an invited panel.
Visit our website to view the Guidelines for Submissions for details about the reviewing process, copyright issues and formatting: http://interstices.ac.nz/information-for-contributors/guidelines-for-submissions/.
We look forward to your contribution!
Issue 18 journal editors: Eu Jin Chua, Farzaneh Haghighi
Issue 19 journal editors: Sue Hedges, Ross Jenner, Tina Engels-Schwarzpaul