Exhibition | PERIPHERIES: Research in Architecture and the Built Environment

Wednesday, 5 September 2018, 11:00 am — Sunday, 23 September 2018, 05:00 pm


Location Watt Space Newcastle

Timothy Burke, Exquisite Drawing Machines (MK.1), 2016, found objects.
Timothy Burke, Exquisite Drawing Machines (MK.1), 2016, found objects.

This exhibition explores the peripheries of creative practice research in architecture and the built environment, and the way that these edges impact on cities, regions, populations, disciplines, universities, environments and futures.

It will feature work across a diverse array of domains in the School of Architecture and the Built Environment at the University of Newcastle, and includes projects from postgraduate students, staff and supervisors within the school who are engaged with creative practice research.

The work explores new relationships to knowledge, practice, process and method, and seeks to develop new audiences and conversations about architecture and the built environment, both now and in the future. The exhibition coincides with “Exquisite Drawing Machines” by Timothy Burke, which is a body of work completed as part of the examination of his PhD in architecture.

Watt Space will also host the bi-annual creative practice Research Intensive (14-16th September), which will include PhD examinations, confirmations and in-progress reviews across the School of Architecture and the Built Environment at UON.

LAUNCH EVENT

Come along to the exhibition launch on Friday 7th September from 5.30pm at Watt Space. This event coincides with the Honeysuckle Placemaking project launch "Movable Feast, Chatterbox, Hidden Honeysuckle App".