Images of architecture circulate the globe as renders, memes, banner ads, billboards or fly-throughs, but there can be a tremendous gap between render and reality.
Glitch is a symposium that examines the slippages between architecture URL and IRL by bringing together photographers, image-makers, architects, critics and historians to look at our changing relationship to the architectural image. It asks: how new image-making technologies enable the construction of new types of images and architectural experiences; how architectural image-making can function as a mode of critique; and how the materiality of photography informs our understanding and experience of architecture.
The (architectural) photograph as critical image
Peter Bennetts, Brett Boardman, Dianna Snape with Catherine de Lorenzo (UNSW).
Chair: Naomi Stead (MADA)
Morning tea provided
Fictional future: Speculating on property and representation
Nic Hamilton (Studio Magnified/Aurecon), Sam Slicer (The Slice), Giuseppe Demaio (Local Peoples) with Joe Hamilton. Chair: Timothy Moore (MADA)
After-Image: What remains to be seen in a post-truth world?
Jacqui Alexander (MADA), Leandro Cappetto (Grupo TOMA), Charity Edwards (MADA), Tom Morgan (MADA) and Amelia Hine (UQ Centre for Mined Land Rehabilitation).
Chair: Alexandra Brown (USyd)
Closing roundtable discussion