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CFP: Interior Economies / IDEA JOURNAL 2011

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Suzie Attiwill <[log in to unmask]>

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Interior Economies: IDEA JOURNAL 2011

Guest Editor: Julieanna Preston

CALL FOR PAPERS/PROPOSALS
http://www.idea-edu.com/Journal/2011/2011-IDEA-Journal 

Academics, research students and practitioners are invited to submit
design research papers and critical project works that engage with
interior design/interior architecture theory and practice for the IDEA
JOURNAL 2011. 

PROVOCATION:
Originally identifying the household or family as the basic unit of
society, the term *economy* implicates the social and material
relations of a prominent type of interior, the domestic sphere. The
notion of economy has expanded in contemporary usage to denote systems
of production, distribution, exchange and consumption at a global scale.
In much of today*s world, to be economical is to make the efficient
use of resources, even to the extent of frugality. And yet, in sharp
contrast and with immediate relevance, *economy* conceptually refers
to a face to face relational exchange, an active sharing and social
interaction which has the capacity to occur in interiors other than
those inscribed by physical enclosure or geographical locale. 

The forthcoming issue of The IDEA Journal calls for contributions in
the form scholarly essays, visual essays and theorized creative practice
on the topic of Interior Economies. The following questions serve as
provocations:

What forms of interior environments emerge in response to twenty-first
century economies to support new gender, ethnic and ethical relations?

If considered as sites of exchange, production and distribution, how
might domestic, industrial, commercial, virtual, temporal and liminal
interiors be re-imagined?

What is the value of efficiency within interior design? What kinds of
practice expand and/or challenge the tendency for efficiency as
cost-effectiveness?  

Economy*s thrifty, frugal and practical sensibility could suggest
certain vestiges of modernism*s hold on interior aesthetics and its
supposed abolition of ornament and decoration. How does this identity
lead one to reconsider concepts of materiality and immateriality in
interiors? 

The interface of interior and economy warrants mention of the financial
encumbrance of sourcing materials, fixtures, furniture and finishes.
What relation do these finishes and props of inhabitation have with
global networks, politics and/or sustainable preservation?

THE IDEA JOURNAL ACCEPTS:
DESIGN RESEARCH PAPERS
that demonstrate development and engagement with interior
design/interior architecture history, theory, education and practice
through critique and synthesis. The focus is on the documentation and
critical review of both speculative research and practice-based
research

REFEREED STUDIOS
that represent the nature and outcomes of refereed design studios which
have either been previously peer reviewed in situ and/or critically
discussed through text and imagery for the IDEA JOURNAL. 

PROJECT REVIEWS
that critically evaluate design-based works which seek to expand the
nature of spatial and theoretical practice in interior design/interior
architecture and associated disciplines.

PROPOSALS FOR BOOK REVIEWS
to encourage debate into the emerging literature dedicated to the
expression and expansion of the theory and practice of interior
design/interior architecture 

REGISTRATION OF INTEREST:
Authors are invited to register their interest in submitting a paper on
the form following and forward by email to the Executive Editor, Gini
Lee by June 30 2011. Registration of interest is not refereed. The
Acknowledgement of Registration facilitates development of proposal to
full research paper, refereed studio or project review by providing
formatting guidelines and publication standards to registrants.

Email: [log in to unmask] 

IMPORTANT DEADLINES/DATES:

Call for contributions: May 2011
Registration of interest including 50 word abstract and image if
appropriate due by 30 June 2011
Acknowledgement by 8 July 2011
Submit full draft for review by September 10 2011
Peer-review September/October 2011
Notification late October 2011
Revisions returned by end November 2011
Full and final contributions due by mid December 2011
Journal published early 2012 with 2011 date

GUEST EDITOR: 
The guest editor for the 2011 IDEA Journal is Julieanna Preston,
Director of Research and Postgraduate Studies, Institute of Design for
Industry and Environment, College of Creative Arts, Massey University.
Julieanna is a spatial/ interior designer recognised internationally for
her transdisciplinary creative practice research on the politics of
interior environments and material surfaces. This work draws on her
knowledge of building construction, geology, architecture, landscape,
installation art, exhibition design, literature, feminist theory,
philosophy and practice-led research.  In her research she navigates
between theoretical inquiry and material invention explored through
sculptural objects, performative installations, visual images and
scholarly-based publications. These works disclose an affirmative
feminist agency applied to every day interior space and furnishings
previously established in "Pinned Structure and Folded Surface: Sewing
Operations on the Eiffel Tower" (RISD 2002, Surface Consciousness/ AD
2003, Architectural Design Research 2005) and "Moments of Resistance"
(Archadia Press 2002). In recent years this speculative research has
advanced knowledge on material vitality and gendered space in the
context of curated exhibitions such as BLAZE, No Fixed Seating, SHEAR:
SWELL and 13%: This is my feminist survival kit.  Her design-writing
practice includes two edited books, "INTIMUS: Interior Design Theory
Reader" (2006 with Mark Taylor) and "Interior Atmospheres" which curate
new and existing texts to reconceptualise interior design within
multidisciplinary discourse. Both volumes have been credited as leading
influences to interior design's emerging identity. Forthcoming works
include her creative practice contextualized in visual essays "Lining
Stories: Conversations with Inside Trades" (Fairchild, 2012), "Neutral,
Not So" (Berg, 2012), "Blazing Inter-alia" (Princeton Architectural
Press, 2011) and "Live Matter" (Berg, 2012).

The IDEA JOURNAL is published by IDEA (Interior Design / Interior
Architecture Educators Association) 
ACN 135 337 236
www.idea-com.au 
 
___________________________________________________________________

Interior Economies: IDEA JOURNAL 2011

REGISTRATION OF INTEREST
To be completed by author/s interested in submitting a paper.  If you
are submitting more than one paper/studio/review please complete a
*registration of interest* form for each submission.

Author/s:			

Institution/s:

Address:


Telephone:
Fax:	
Email:			

Title of submission:	

Please nominate Design Research Paper, Refereed Studio, Project Review
or Book Review:  

Brief description of paper/studio/review: (Approximately 50 words)


Email or fax Registration of Interest to:

Dr Gini Lee
Executive Editor IDEA JOURNAL
School of Design, Queensland University of Technology
GPO Box 2434 Brisbane Queensland 4001 Australia
t: +61 7 31382535 f:+61 7 31381528
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Deadline for submission:  To be received by June 30 2011

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Associate Professor Suzie Attiwill
Program Director | Interior Design
School of Architecture + Design
RMIT University
GPO Box 2476
Melbourne 3001
Victoria, Australia
T +61 3 9925 3498
F +61 3 9925 1820
M +61 438 571 154
Skype suzie.attiwill
 
CRICOS provider code:
Bachelor of Design (Interior Design) 00122A
Master of Arts (Interior Design) 012964D
 
Chair | IDEA | Interior Design/Interior Architecture Educators
Association | www.idea-edu.com
Member | Urban Interior Research Group | www.urbaninterior.net 
MDIA Member | Design Institute of Australia | www.dia.org.au
 
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