CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
We invite proposals for either 20-minute paper presentations or temporary installations exploring Fabrications via one of the following
four sub-themes: Social Fabrics, Mediating Fabrics, Fabricating in situ, or Fabricating Truth.
Click here for sub-theme descriptions.
PAPER PROPOSALS should be well grounded in historical, theoretical or creative research, develop compelling arguments and insights
around specific examples, and contribute to interdisciplinary knowledge.
INSTALLATION PROPOSALS should include clear intentions, a conceptual framework, and a detailed outline of spatial and material
needs. Selected proposals will be eligible for modest financial support, based on appropriateness, merit and a detailed budget. Student
proposals are welcome.
Please submit a 300-word proposal by November 1st to:
Clearly indicate the nature of your proposal (paper or installation), title and sub-theme. Proposals for installations may include up to
two additional pages of supporting material in a single pdf. All proposals will be blind peer reviewed. Notice of acceptance will be sent
by November 20th. Confirmation of attendance via registration will be required by December 15th.
Click here to view selected installations
photo: Connery Friesen [ED4 Architecture]
The 2018 Atmosphere Symposium is co-chaired by: Lisa Landrum and Liane Veness with the support of the Faculty's Cultural Events Committee and the Centre for Architectural Structure and Technology (C.A.S.T.); web design and graphics support by Tali Budman (ED4 Architecture student), and administrative support from Brandy O’Reilly (Faculty of Architecture, Partners Program).
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