Designer profile: Jen Archer-Martin

Jen Archer-Martin, the Major coordinator of Spatial Design at Massey chats with Federico Monsalve from Architecture Now about her practice, academia, what spatial design and what it’s potential might be. via Spacebook

VR Clinic running this Thursday and Friday 2-4pm in 11B #spatialdesign #spatialtype more sessions next week probably.

Refik Anadol’s Infinity installation at SXSW immerses visitors in patterns of light (1of 2)

Tech Insider

The Performance Arcade

Channel 4 News

Te Papa

VR Demo’s and talks at Te Papa next Friday.
$25 but probably worth it. via Spacebook

NowThis Future


Water Water Everywhere 🌊

✨ S P A C E ✨ Drawing walking thinking talking drawing listening drawing photographing drawing. 💫

Performing Writing 2017

Attention Wellingtonians! The Performing, Writing symposium (13-15 March) is now offering Day Pass registrations!

The Day Pass is meant to encourage students, local artists, musicians, performers, writers and designers to participate. A Day Pass is $50 per day with a maximum of 2 days. Full symposium packages are $200 for a student and $385 for other than student.

Register via Lil Reggie link at via Spacebook

TAC Info & Schedule – OISTAT

Competition opportunity: Theatre Architecture Competition 2017 via Spacebook

Queering architecture? | NGV

Attention Melbournians!

Queering Architecture?
When: 26 March, 3-6pm
Where: NGV International, Clemenger Auditorium

Prompted by the Victorian government’s announcement that it would build Australia’s first Pride Centre, Monash Art Design and Architecture, XYX Lab and Parlour will present a panel discussion that will explore what it might mean to “queer” architecture, from making architectural workplaces more welcoming to those who identify as LGBTIQIA to queer buildings – non-conforming, peculiar and resisting social norms. The discussion will be convened by Naomi Stead, Niki Kalms and Parlour.

Cost: $10. Bookings required. via Spacebook

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