SITUATION — a symposium and exhibition — convened and arranged by RMIT Interior Design, in partnership with IDEA (Interior Design/Interior Architecture Educators Association)

SITUATION symposium, July 31 to August 3, 2014
RMIT Design Hub, Melbourne, Australia

SITUATION exhibition, July 23 to August 3 2014
Project Rooms 1 and 2, RMIT Design Hub, Melbourne, Australia

The word ‘situation’ brings attention to the designing of interiors as a practice engaged in spatial and temporal production; a practice that works in the midst of social, cultural, historical and political forces; a practice open to contingency, chance and change; a practice engaged with singularity and specificity.

‘situation’ highlights ideas of event and the eventful nature of interiors, lived space-time compositions in constant change; circumstances and circumstancing; atmospheric compositions as distinct from artefacts; ephemerality; uniqueness; one-offs; a multiplicity of experience. (Suzie Attiwill, a SITUATION arranger)

SITUATION steering committee
Roger Kemp, Interior Design, RMIT University
Suzie Attiwill, Interior Design, RMIT University
Christopher Cottrell, Interior Design, RMIT University
Caroline Vains, Interior Design, RMIT University
Nick Rebstadt, Interior Design graduate, RMIT University

SITUATION symposium conveners
Suzie Attiwill, Interior Design, RMIT University
Philippa Murray, Interior Design, RMIT University

SITUATION exhibition curatorium
Suzie Attiwill, Interior Design, RMIT University
Simon Maidment, Curator of Contemporary Art, National Gallery of Victoria
Kate Rhodes, Curator of Design, Design Hub, RMIT University
Sven Mehzoud, Interior Architecture, Monash University

Link to SITUATION symposium and exhibition proceedings 
Link of  Table of Contents 

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