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Symposium: 2011
Published: 2012

Interstices 13
Technics, Memory and the Architecture of History

Edited by Stephen Loo and Andrew Douglas

The collection of writings in this issue explores memory in relation to architectural history. History is not an inert past, and memory, as access to that past, is not purely an internal condition. Internal ‘mental images’ of memory are inseparable from the external ‘image-objects’ of history that are constructed in architecture, film, photography, art and the media. The divide between the inside and the outside of memory is constantly under negotiation, in which this issue take part. Interstices 13 derives from the first Interstices Under Construction Symposium held outside New Zealand, at The University of Tasmania’s School of Architecture & Design in November 2011.

 

Content

Stephen Loo
Introduction: Technics, Memory and the Architecture of History

Refereed Papers

Jeff Malpas
Building Memory

Jane Madsen
The Space of Collapse: A two-part terrain

Michael Tawa
Being (in the Midst of) Two: Interstice and deconstitution in cinema and architecture

Linda Marie Walker
Writing (Lines) Alive

Michael Chapman
(re) Findings: Discovery and memory in the architecture and legacy of surrealism

Peg Rawes
Spinoza’s Geometric Ecologies

Invited paper

William Taylor
Shotgun Houses and Housing Projects:
Architectural typology and memory techniques of two New Orleans reconstruction scenarios

Non-refereed papers

Hannah Lewi
Deranging Oneself in Someone Else’s House

Anuradha Chatterjee
Birth, Death, and Rebirth: Reconstruction of architecture in Ruskin’s writings

Tom Daniell
After the Aftershocks

Andrew Barrie
Interview with Taira Nishizawa

Marianne Calvelo
Interview with Manuel Aires Mateus

Sean Pickersgill
Architecture and Violence, edited by Bechir Kenzari (A review)

John Walsh
My Desk is My Castle: Exploring personalisation cultures, edited by Uta Brandes and Michael Erlhoff (A review)

Tom Daniell
Familial Clouds, an exhibition by Simon Twose and Andrew Barrie (A review)

 

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