permeable boundaries

Curators installing show
Curators installing show

Dianne Smith and Marina Lommerse

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Permeable Boundaries opening
Permeable Boundaries opening

The experiential form of the event involved the manipulation of space through a projected evolving over-scaled graphic-image installation.

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Retail Interior, UK
Retail Interior, UK

Sonia Tomic's work, 2001 Graduate

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Curators installing show
Curators installing show

Dianne Smith and Marina Lommerse

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Permeable Boundaries: Interiors - a Field of Possibilities was an exhibition, and public event that I conceived, curated and project managed with my colleauge Dr. Dianne Smith.

 

The exhibition represented the field of interior architecture and the points within a  20-year history. The research questions driving the curatorial theme were: What is the nature of interior architecture, and what is the significance of a Curtin IA degree in the professional life of graduates?

 

The opening event brought the industry, profession, educators and students together to challenge preconceptions, and to choreograph a number of significant aspects of Interior Architecture.

 

The project received a Pro Vice Chancellor’s award for Excellence

 

Those staff who did not make it to the John Curtin Gallery last Thursday night really missed a great occasion. I thought it was one of the best such events at Curtin for a
long time, in our best tradition..
.

 

David Dolan, Professor of Cultural Heritage, Curtin University, and Chairman of the National Trust (WA)