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INTERIOR PROVOCATIONS. Interiors Without Architecture

Call For Proposals

https://interiorprovocations.wordpress.com/

The second annual Pratt Interior Provocations symposium, Interiors without Architecture, seeks papers addressing the broad cultural, historical, and theoretical implications of interiors beyond their conventionally defined architectural boundaries, and not limited by interior design’s traditional associations with decoration, taste, and social status. This conference encourages provocative and boundary-expanding proposals from design practitioners, historians, and theorists addressing, for example, the implications of interior design expertise applied to prefabricated, reused enclosures not originally intended for human occupation; interiors composed by natural geography; interior environments created for literature, film, stage and virtual reality; interiors constructed within external urban surroundings; mobile interiors, inhabitable art; infrastructural interiors; interior landscapes; adaptive reuse and interiors; and interiors on and for display, including period rooms, model rooms, dioramas, and store display windows.
This symposium celebrates the publication of Interiors Beyond Architecture (Routledge 2018), co-edited by Deborah Schneiderman (Pratt Institute) and Amy Campos (California College of the Arts) as well as of Architectures of Display: Department Stores and Modern Retail (Routledge 2018), co-edited by Anca I. Lasc (Pratt Institute), Patricia Lara-Betancourt (The Modern Interiors Research Centre, Kingston University, London, UK), and Margaret Maile Petty (Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia).

Keynote Speaker:
Penny Sparke, Acting Dean and Professor of Design History; Director, Modern Interiors Research Centre, Kingston University, London, UK

Moderator:
Alice Friedman, Grace Slack McNeil Professor of American Art; Professor of Art, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, USA

Host Committee:
Pratt Institute, Department of Interior Design
-Deborah Schneiderman
-Keena Suh
-Karin Tehve
Pratt Institute, Department of the History of Art and Design
-Anca I. Lasc
-Karyn Zieve
Ryerson School of Interior Design
-Alexa Griffith Winton

PROPOSALS
Please submit an abstract with original, unpublished research of no more than 300 words and a 2-page cv to interiorprovocations@gmail.com by October 15, 2017.

PLACE & TIME
Pratt Institute Higgns Hall
61 St James Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Saturday February 3, 2018
10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Featured Titles:
Interiors Beyond Architecture
Architectures of Display: Department Stores and Modern Retail

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Chiara Lecce

Chiara Lecce, dopo la laurea magistrale in Design degli interni nel 2008 ha proseguito il suo percorso presso il Politecnico di Milano con il dottorato di ricerca in Architettura degli interni e allestimento concluso nel 2013 con la tesi Living Interiors in the Digital Age: the Smart Home. Dal 2008 svolge didattica per i corsi di Storia del design e Progettazione di interni della Scuola del Design del Politecnico di Milano. Dal 2013 è executive editor di “PAD Journal” e membro di redazione della rivista “AIS/Design Storia e Ricerche”, oltre che autore per diverse riviste scientifiche del settore. Attualmente è assegnista di ricerca e docente a contratto presso il Dipartimento di Design del Politecnico di Milano e si occupa di Storia e metodologie dell’exhibit design. Dal 2016 è tutor all’interno del progetto europeo H2020 “Design for Enterprises”. Dal 2009 collabora con la Fondazione Franco Albini e con altri importanti archivi del design italiani, oltre a svolgere la professione di interior designer freelance.

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