Interior Provocations Symposium 2020: Memory
THE CALL IS NOW CLOSED
This conference encourages provocative and boundary-expanding proposals from design practitioners, historians, and theorists addressing, for example, the ways in which the somatic experience of interior spaces forms deep personal memories rooted in experience; the ways in which interiors might challenge the agreed- upon past to help us remember more inclusively and to explore alternative forms of recollection; how the diversity of collective memories spatially implicate and are implicated by spaces of historical significance and how these memories continue to (re)active and (re)frame these spaces as they shift over time; how memories can be articulated materially and spatially, including how these memories accrue in layers waiting to be excavated; and the ways in which interiors and interior furnishings can work to create and keep secrets.
Proposals will be accepted according to two streams:
Indicate in your email subject and on your abstract whether your paper should be considered history/theory or praxis/theory.
Please submit abstracts with original, unpublished research of no more than 300 words and a 2-page cv as well as up to three images to:
firstname.lastname@example.org by December 15, 2019, 9:00pm EST
Dependent upon the number of entries, a poster session will also be held. Please indicate in your abstract if you would like to be considered for this session only.