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Lecture Theatre 1, The Wilkinson Building, University of Sydney

148 City Rd

Darlington, NSW 2006

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Please join the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning for an International Guest Lecture from Catie Newell, founding principal of the art and architecture practice *Alibi Studio and the Director of the Master of Science in Architectural Design and Research program with concentrations in Material Systems and Digital Technologies at the University of Michigan.

Catie is also curating our new Tin Sheds Gallery exhibition, Midnight, opening on the 28th September. During this talk, Newell will share recent installation and photography endeavors that focus on the life of works that are keyed into the night.

The discussion will linger on working with lights and its lack as a means to drive and reveal varied spatial and material behaviors.

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Catie Newell is the founding principal of the art and architecture practice *Alibi Studio and the Director of the Master of Science in Architectural Design and Research program with concentrations in Material Systems and Digital Technologies at the University of Michigan. Newell is also an Associate Professor of Architecture at the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Design. Newell’s work and research captures spaces and material effects, focusing on the development of atmospheres through the exploration of textures, volumes, and the effects of light or lack thereof. Newell's creative practice has been widely recognized for exploring design construction and materiality in relationship to location and geography, and cultural contingencies. She is a Lucas Fellow, a Kresge Artist Fellow, and a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome.

Drinks & refreshments served from 6pm, talk starts at 630.

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Lecture Theatre 1, The Wilkinson Building, University of Sydney

148 City Rd

Darlington, NSW 2006

Australia

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