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CALL FOR PAPERS and CREATIVE WORKS FOR EXHIBITION Interior: A State of Becoming

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Suzie Attiwill <[log in to unmask]>

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PhD-Design - This list is for discussion of PhD studies and related research in Design <[log in to unmask]>

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Interior: a State of Becoming
2012 IDEA symposium and exhibition
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Hosted and convened by the Interior Architecture program, School of the
Built Environment, Curtin University, Bentley, Western Australia.
6 to 10 September 2012
  
CALL FOR PAPERS and CREATIVE WORKS for EXHIBITION:
Academics, research students and practitioners are invited to submit
design research papers, critical project works and / or creative works
that engage with interior design/interior architecture theory and
practice for the 2012 IDEA Symposium & Exhibition  Interior: a State of
Becoming. 
 
PROVOCATION
Interior: a State of Becoming explores, extends and challenges the
world of the interior as a state of constant and dynamic 'becoming'
rather than 'being'. 
The focus of the 2012 Symposium, the interior in flux, draws attention
to the following questions:
Entropy followed by death and renewal is the natural cycle. How do we
reconsider the interior and the occupant becoming 'old'? Where is the
value in constantly 'becoming' new? How do facebook, the virtual window
of the computer, the mobile phone, and their precedents, the book, the
magazine, the camera, the 'big' screen and the television drive our
expectations, visions and experiences of actual, physical interiors?
What is adaptive re-use (as distinct from the practice of
'conservation')? What and how do we recycle? How do we re-vision the
history of interiors in the light of 'becoming'? What are the potential
roles and responsibilities for Interior Designers / Architects in
addressing becoming homeless and 'being' disadvantaged? 

Streams: 
Topics will be streamed in relation to the themes: (TBC)
·      Interior: in flux
·      Interior: as adaptation
·      Interior: as less
·      Interior: as a force field
·      Interior: as virtual
·      Interior: as performance
·      Interior: as waste
·      Interior: as cinematic
·      Interior: in its everydayness

KEYNOTE:  Professor Beatriz Colomina, Professor of Architecture,
Director Graduate Studies, PhD, Founding Director Program in Media and
Modernity Princeton University.
KEYNOTE: Professor Charles Rice, Professor Architectural History and
Theory and Head of School of Art and Design History Kingston
University.
  
1.    CALL for PAPERS:
We invite abstracts of 400 words from researchers, theorists,
historians and practitioners to reflect upon the themes of Interior: a
State of Becoming in all its possible contexts. We welcome research on a
broad range of topics that engage notions of 'becoming' including
historical, psychological, philosophical, spatial, virtual, political,
economic and significantly, futuristic notions of 'becoming'. We
encourage early career researchers to contribute. Please include a 50
word biographical statement including name and affiliation to be entered
online. Submit the complete proposal using the URL below by 1 October
2011.

PROCEEDINGS: Abstracts and papers are to be double-blind refereed and
published as CD Rom of papers and a booklet of abstracts. Abstracts and
papers will be uploaded on the IDEA website.
 
IMPORTANT DEADLINES / DATES
Call for abstracts 400 words: 28 August 2011
Close of abstracts: 1 October 2011
Author notification refereed abstracts: 14 November 2012
Submission of Papers: 1 March 2012
Author notification refereed papers: 1 May 2012
Final submission of papers: 1 July 2012
Publication of hardcopy abstracts CD ROM of Conference Proceedings:
Sept 1 2012

Event: Symposium OPENING/ REGISTRATION:  6pm Thursday 06 September
2012
PARALLEL SESSIONS: Friday 07 - Sunday 09 September 2012
Adjunct Events: refereed exhibition (6-9 September 2012), public
lectures (7, 8 September 2012) and Master Class (10 September 2012)
 
Contact: [log in to unmask] 
Submissions to be lodged at:
http://www.ocpms.com.au/conference‐papers/SelfRegistration.php?page=modifyconfID=22

 

2.    CALL for CREATIVE WORKS for EXHIBITION
The common desire to be a designer is to create and produce speculative
and/or tangible works. For designers who have shifted into education and
by association research practice, the framing of research through design
and with design has been a challenge. Recently research authorities have
broadened their fields to validate creative work in a variety of
manifestations.  This 'becoming' of creative work as research not only
addresses the separation [or frustrations] for the design
practitioner/educator but also prompts critical reflection on the
process and fields of creative work as research. The state of 'becoming'
as to happen, from the verb 'hap' [as spontaneous event or display] is
the tenet to engender creative research output for the Exhibition
Interior: a State of Becoming.

The curators of the exhibition Interior: a State of Becoming invite
proposals from researchers in interior architecture and interior design
education and practice to submit proposals of speculative and or
tangible
creative work for exhibition. The exhibition will run in conjunction
with the 2012 IDEA Symposium Interior: a State of Becoming. Therefore
similar to the call for written papers, responses to the same
provocation and themes of the 2012 IDEA Symposium are sought for the
exhibition. Proposals may include active and static, virtual and
non-virtual, 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional, constructed, speculative
or performative piece/pieces or installations.

The following must be considered:
1. FUNDING and TRANSPORT: Exhibitors will be responsible for obtaining
funding for making, exhibiting and transporting the work (to and from
Perth) and strictly within the nominated timeline;
2. TIMELINE AND INSTALLATION:  Proposals must outline how and when the
work will take place and what additional material, if any, may be
required as part of the proposed exhibit;
3. FINAL PRESENTATION OF WORKS: Where, when and how - will be decided
via negotiation with the exhibition curatorial team and symposium
organisers who will make the final decision;
4. REGISTRATION: All exhibitors must register for the Symposium
Interior: a State of Becoming.

Proposal Submission requirements: 1 document (with 3 images as per
instructions outlined below).
Proposals are to include a 300 word abstract and 3 images inserted for
blind review in PDF format no larger than 10 MB. Please also submit
online using the URL below a 50 word biography including your name and
affiliation and noting any previous exhibitions. Submit the complete
proposal using the URL below by 1 October 2011.

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE: proposals and also the creative works to be
exhibited along with contextualising statement are to be blind refereed.
Contextualising statement and images of work will be published and
available at the symposium. 
 
IMPORTANT DEADLINES / DATES
Call for creative works proposals: 28 August 2011
Deadline for submission of proposal abstracts, 3 images and 50 word
bio: 1 October 2011
Notification of acceptance of proposals: 14 November 2011
Submission of contextualising 500 word statement and description of
work: 1 March 2012
Notification of acceptance of exhibition work: 1 April 2012
Deadline for submission of description of work + images for catalogue:
14 May 2012
Installation of exhibition work: 5 + 6 September 2012
Event: Symposium + Exhibition: Thursday 6 - Sunday 9 Sept 2012
Demount work: 10 + 11 September 2012
 
Contact: Marina Lommerse [log in to unmask] +61 437 726 459 
Submissions to be lodged at:
http://www.ocpms.com.au/conference‐papers/SelfRegistration.php?page=modifyconfID=22


INSTRUCTIONS FOR UPLOADING IMAGES
-      Enter the abstract text directly into the submission page. Once
the 'abstract' has been submitted, you will be automatically logged into
the system.
-      So to add images you can then go directly to the 'Upload
Documents' link to upload any images.
 
EXHIBITION WORKING PARTY
Associate Professor Marina Lommerse, Interior Architecture, Curtin
University 
Jane Lawrence, Interior Architecture, University of South Australia
Stuart Foster, Spatial Design, Massey University
Sven Mehzoud, Interior Architecture, Monash University
 
 
SYMPOSIUM Convenor: Dr Lynn Churchill, Senior Lecturer, Interior
Architecture, Curtin University
Contact: [log in to unmask] 
Submissions to be lodged at:
http://www.ocpms.com.au/conference‐papers/SelfRegistration.php?page=modifyconfID=22

 
Steering Committee:
Dr Lynn Churchill
Associate Professor Dianne Smith, Head of Program, Interior
Architecture, Curtin University
Associate Professor Marina Lommerse, Interior Architecture, Curtin
University, Perth, Western Australia, 

Hosted and convened by the Interior Architecture program, School of the
Built Environment, Curtin University, Bentley, Western Australia.
 
IDEA (Interior Design/Interior Architecture Educators Association)
http://www.idea-edu.com

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