CFP: Interstices Under Construction Series: Interiority

The Call for Papers for the 2010 Interstices Under Construction Lecture Series is out. The subject this year is the production of interior space:

This year’s symposium is inspired by the writings of German philosopher Peter Sloterdijk, for whom the creation of interior space is one of the most important aspects of being human: prematurely entering the world from the first inner space, the womb, we endlessly recreate spheres in which to immerse ourselves. Ideas to be explored during the symposium include why and how humans categorise spaces into those that contain us (interior) and those that expose us (exterior).

You can inquire or follow up with Tina Engels-Schwarzpaul of AUT’s Department of Spatial Design, or Ross Jenner of the University of Auckland’s School of Architecture and Planning.



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