Time: Wednesday, November 15 at 18h
Location: Willem de Kooning Academy, Wijnhaven 61 Rotterdam. Large project space, 4th floor.
Admission: Free

This talk will present research where questions of interior and interiority are posed in relation to contemporary conditions of living, inhabitation, subjectivity and pedagogy through: a practice of designing with a curatorial inflection attending to arrangements (and rearrangements) of spatial, temporal and material relations; a practice of supervising PhD creative practice research candidates; and a practice of teaching interior design.


Suzie Attiwill is associate professor, Interior Design, School of Architecture and Design, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. Since 1991, her practice has involved exhibition design, curatorial work, writing and teaching. Previous roles include: artistic director, Craft Victoria; chair, West Space Artist Led Initiative; chair, IDEA (Interior Design/Interior Architecture Educators Association) and executive editor, IDEA Journal. Recent publications include: ‘interiorizt’, The Handbook of Interior Architecture and Design (2013); ‘urban + interior’, IDEA Journal (2015); ‘Framing – ?interior’, Practising with Deleuze. Design, Dance, Art, Writing, Philosophy (2017).


Caption for image:
Cover, The Interior, 1991 – a magazine produced by the Interior Design program, RMIT University