This is Public: Built/Unbuilt

This is Public: Built/Unbuilt

Architects, designers and creative practitioners to respond to the Open House Melbourne 2022 theme Built/Unbuilt

For this special opening event at The Capitol, OHM in partnership with RMIT University’s School of Architecture & Urban Design, invited architects, designers and creative practitioners to respond to the 2022 theme Built/Unbuilt with a series of short presentations and conversations.

Speakers reflected on projects that amplify and register cultural memories, pre-histories and knowledges of place that are deeply present in the buildings, spaces and landscapes of our city.

– Kerstin Thompson with Jayne Josem – Melbourne Holocaust Museum
– Amy Muir and Mark Jacques – Family Violence Memorial
– N’arweet Carolyn Briggs AM, Jefa Greenaway with Christine Phillips and Jock Gilbert – Building on Country
– Samaneh Moafi (Forensic Architecture – via live screen) and Caitlyn Parry – Cloud Studies

The event concluded with a screening of Forensic Architecture’s compelling video work Cloud Studies, on The Capitol’s large screen, as part of the exhibition Take Hold of the CloudsCloud Studies was also available to view at The Capitol throughout the Open House Melbourne 2022 Weekend.

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