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Interior Lives Conference

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Rebecca Marsland <[log in to unmask]>

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Rebecca Marsland <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 18 Feb 2010 13:16:07 +0000

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For some reason the listserv thinks this is spam - but it isn't...
Details of conference below.

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> From: The Modern Interiors Research Centre <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: 18 February 2010 12:44:59 GMT
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> Subject: Interior Lives Conference - Online Booking Open
> 
> 
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> 
> INTERIOR LIVES 
> 
> The Modern Interiors Research Centre Conference, Kingston University, London 
> Thursday 13 and Friday 14 May 2010
> 
> Online booking for this conference is now open at:   
> http://www.kingston.ac.uk/fada/research/mir/mir_conf.php
> 
> Please find details of the conference programme below.  Further conference 
> details and abstracts can be found on the Modern Interiors Research Centre 
> website (see link above).
> 
> This conference will consider the historical insights that 
> ethno/auto/biographical investigations into the lives of individuals, groups and 
> interiors can offer architectural and design historians; the methodological 
> issues that arise from the use of ethno/auto/biographical sources to explore 
> the history of the interior as a site in which everyday life is experienced and 
> performed; and the ways in which contemporary architects and interior 
> designers draw on personal and collective histories in their practice.  
> 
> DAY ONE 
> 
> 0845     Registration and Refreshments
> 
> 0930     Emma Ferry. Writing Home: the colonial memories of Lady Barker, 
> 1870-1904
> 0950     Barbara Penner and Charles Rice. The many lives of The Red House
> 1010     Richard Hayes. At home, 16 Tite Street
> 1030     David Parker. Dickens's Drawing Room: a case study
> 1050     Questions and discussion 
> 
> 1110     Tea/Coffee 
> 
> 1150     Keynote Address
> 
> 1245     Lunch 
> 
> 1410     Inga Fraser. Body, Room, Photograph: negotiating identity in the self-
> portraits of Lady Ottoline Morrell
> 1430     Harriet Riches. Negotiating Interiority: narratives of displacement and 
> belonging in the autoportraits of Lydia Maria Julien
> 1450     Gene Bawden. Illusion and Delusion: validating the artificial interior
> 1510     Questions and discussion 
> 
> 1530     Tea/Coffee 
> 
> 1610     Colin Holden. ‘Expanding House’ Stirling and Gowan (1957) and ‘Put-
> Away House’ The Smithsons (1993-2000)
> 1630     Inga Bryden. While the hands are busy the mind is free to roam: 
> designs on the kitchen
> 1650     Celina Lemos and Giovana De Miranda Monteiro. Home Lifestyle in 
> Belo Horizonte, Mg, Brazil: comparing past and present social-spatial practices 
> and interiors
> 1710     Questions and close
> 
> 1800     Reception at Dorich House Museum
> 
> Day Two 
> 
> 0845     Registration and refreshments
> 
> 0930     Shax Riegler. Mario Praz: writing the artifactual autobiography
> 0950     Ed Hollis. The House of Life and the Memory Palace
> 1010     Tom Tredway. Inside Out: Elsa Schiaparelli, interiors, and 
> autobiography
> 1030     Cristina Fiordimela. Resonance of domestic interiors, fragments of a 
> story, from memory to becoming.
> 1050     Questions and discussion 
> 
> 1110     Tea/Coffee 
> 
> 1150     Keynote Address
> 
> 1245     Lunch 
> 
> 1410     Cristobal Amunategui. Jean Genet, or the interiors of the outlaw in 
> the 1930s Europe.
> 1430     Elias Constantopoulos. Interior living as a spatial equivalent of 
> Balzac’s “Unknown Masterpiece”
> 1450     Stephanie Dadour and Jennifer Dadour. Appropriations of domestic 
> spaces, Beirut 2009
> 1510     Questions and Discussion 
> 
> 1530     Tea/Coffee 
> 
> 1610     Aline Coelho Sanches Corato. Art, Architecture and Life: the interior 
> of Casa de Vidro, designed by Lina Bo Bardi.
> 1630     Robert Gassner. Dwelling as Assembling Temporal Continuities: the 
> Heiberg House in Vanløse 
> 1650     Aino Niskanen. Views into the homes of Finnish architects
> 1710     Questions and close
> 
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Dr Rebecca Marsland
Social Anthropology
School of Social and Political Science
University of Edinburgh
Chrystal Macmillan Building
15a George Square
Edinburgh, EH8 8LD




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