Performance and Discipline in Architecture: The Accumulation of Cyclical Operations in Critical Spatial Practice

Publisher:
University of Sydney
Publication Type:
Exhibition
Citation:
Australian Design Research Conference (ADR18), 2018
Issue Date:
2018-10-01
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Consisting of four videos, this exhibition proposal is the outcome of a series of iterative performances that explore the interactions between spatial conditions, cultural practices, communities and their environments. Highlighting the cultural, ethical, and political resonances produced by staged performances within contested landscapes, the video works include The Accumulation of Cyclical Operations (2017) situated in D-Division of Melbourne’s Pentridge Prison, Spatial Tuning (2015) at Hobart's municipal rubbish dump and Instrumental (2015) and Cultural Burn (2016) on a property acquired by the Indigenous Land Corporation as part of a land bank established for Aboriginal people.
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