Remembering in red

Smith, Cathy (2010). Remembering in red. In: Writing Architecture: A symposium and workshop on innovations in the textual and visual critique of buildings - Book of abstracts. Writing Architecture: A symposium and workshop on innovations in the textual and visual critique of buildings, Brisbane, Australia, (34-34). 22-23 July 2010.

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Author Smith, Cathy
Title of paper Remembering in red
Conference name Writing Architecture: A symposium and workshop on innovations in the textual and visual critique of buildings
Conference location Brisbane, Australia
Conference dates 22-23 July 2010
Convener Naomi Stead
Proceedings title Writing Architecture: A symposium and workshop on innovations in the textual and visual critique of buildings - Book of abstracts
Place of Publication Brisbane, Australia
Publisher ATARCH Research Centre, School of Architecture, University of Queensland
Publication Year 2010
Sub-type Published abstract
Start page 34
End page 34
Total pages 1
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
This experimental textual work will explore a collaborative residential design
project in Queensland intimately connected to the author. Although the
project has been critiqued and analysed in other research contexts, this
textual work explores the now completed building through notions of the
body and bodily memory. The text will focus in particular on the intertwining
of architecture, birth, children and neighbourhood, through reference to the
space as a container of bodies and bodily fluids.
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Architecture Publications
 
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