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Talk + Discussion | The Spatial Self
Thursday 16 January, 2014, 6.00 - 7. 30pm Lecture Room, IMMA
In this talk Professor Hugh Campbell (Professor and Dean of Architecture, UCD) will explore the relationship between the construction of self and the construction of space. Drawing on ideas from the field of consciousness studies, and with a particular focus on recent photographic practice, the talk will examine artistic representations of the ‘spatial self' in various scales, from the internal ‘space' of the mind to the house, the city and the landscape.
This is followed by a chaired discussion with Hugh Campbell and others, that investigates the relationship between psychology studies and spatial practices of artists and architects in generating new forms of interdisciplinary projects will follow.
About the Speaker
Hugh Campbell is Professor of Architecture at UCD where he is currently Head of the School of Architecture. He has published extensively on a range of subjects from Irish architecture and urbanism to photography and urban space. In 2008 he was joint curator of Ireland's exhibition The Lives of Spaces at the Venice Biennale of Architecture.
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