Public Lecture #40 – The Strange Space

Greetings, Restless spirit!

We invite you this Monday, 1 October 2018, to join us on Public Lecture by Marissa Lindquist.

Strange Space: The role of ‘The Sublime’ as a pedagogical tool for creative practice and fabrication processes.

Omah Library, Taman Amarilis 2 no 15 Blok F2
Monday, 1 October 2018.
19.00 – 21.00 WIB

Marking Strange is a series of collaborative experimental creative works undertaken by Marissa Lindquist and Andrzej Pytel which explores the relationship between the body, new materiality and its application within different facets of design production.

The ongoing experimental practice looks toward both organic and inorganic materials as a means of informing scholarly research, material development for commercial, installation and speculative design production and for academic studio programs. The work draws from theoretical positions such as Heidegger’s “nearness and revealing” (1927-1954), Simondon’s “transduction theory” (1989) and Burke’s “sublime” (1757).

Making Strange work has been exhibited within the Australian Pavilion Catalogue, FORMATIONS: New Practices in Australian Architecture, directed by Gerard Reinmuth and Anthony Burke with TOKO Concept Design, for the Venice International Architecture Biennale, 2012.

About the Speaker:
Marissa Lindquist is an award-winning architect and lecturer at the School of Design, Queensland University of Technology. In 2008 she was awarded the National Dulux Study Tour for emerging architects in Australia. She has been recognized for her creative practice through publication within the 2012 Venice Biennale Australian Pavilion and in 2017, was the recipient of the Women in Research Scholarship QUT. Marissa is currently undertaking her PhD focusing upon neuro-imaging, architecture + emotion. Her teaching practice dwells on the margins of interiority, fashion and craft making.

Additional to a presentation of recent QUT projects, Marissa will be discussing the role of ‘The Sublime’ as a pedagogical tool for creative practice and in the fabrication of ‘Strange Space’.

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*Invitation limited for 15 person only, this due to OMAH as private collection which placed inside an architect Realrich Sjarief and a dentist Laurensia Yudith’s residential house.