Straining pulp-theory from architecture discourse: symposium schedule

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@ Architecture Building, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
9-9:30 – Reception & Registration
9:30-9:40 – Introduction
9:40-10:20 – Keynote I*
10:20-10:30 – Coffee Break
10:30-12 – Sessions 1a*  & 1b
12-1 – Session 2*
1-2 – Lunch Break
2-3 – Sessions 3a* and 3b
3-3:20- Coffee Break
3:20-4:20 – Sessions 4a* and 4b
4:20-5 – Keynote II*
5-5:30 – Reception
6 – Optional Dinner
[All sessions will have AV equipment available]
* These presentations will be videoed and posted here on the blog  ______________________________________________________

Welcome & Introduction

Carolyn Fahey, Newcastle University, UK

Keynote I:

Chair: Carolyn Fahey, Newcastle University, UK

The Visibility of Architecture

Dr. Ed Winters, University of Kent, UK

Session 1a: Perspective & Perception

Chair: Dr. Lara Schrijver, Delft University of Technology, NL

Disengaging design from bodily ways of knowing: implications for theory

Prof. Kathryn Moore, The Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, UK

Parallax as critique in architecture

Mark Price, University College Dublin, IE

Session 1b: Perspective & Perception

Chair: Philip Plowright, Lawrence Technological University, USA

Perspective and Alberti

Richard Talbot, Newcastle University, UK

The Potentiality in Difference

Mollie Claypool, Architectural Association, UK

Session 2: Functionalism and the Aesthetic

Chair: Prof. Jenefer Robinson, University of Cincinnati, USA

Design and Function

Dr. Andy Hamilton, Durham University, UK

The Aesthetic Consequences of Preserving, Restoring, and Reconstructing

Dr. Remei Capdevila Werning, Columbia University, USA

Session 3a: Transience, Building & Architecture

Chair: Peter Minosh, Columbia University, USA

Concrete-ness in Architecture

Kati Blom, Newcastle University, UK

Simulation and Architecture

Prof. Jenefer Robinson, University of Cincinnati, USA

Session 3a: Transience, Building & Architecture

Chair: [tba]

Building Construction and Deconstruction

Dr. Christian Mieves, Newcastle University, UK

Session 4a: Clarifying Utopia and Judgment in Architecture Discourse

Chair: Dr. Andy Hamilton, Durham University, UK

The peculiar adventure of Utopia: discourses of modern architecture in the 20th Century and today

Dr. Nathaniel Coleman, Newcastle University, UK

Architects at Work: Hannah Arendt, the Act of Design, and the Ability to Judge

Hans Teerds, Delft University of Technology, NL

Session 4b: Examining Architecture’s Discourse

Chair: Mollie Claypool, Architectural Association, UK

The Use of Philosophy

Philip Plowright, Lawrence Technological University, USA

Architectural Knowledge: writing, drawing, building?

Dr. Lara Schrijver, Delft University of Technology, NL

Keynote II

Chair: Kati Blom, Newcastle University, UK

[tba: habit]

Prof. Andrew Ballantyne, Newcastle University, UK

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