The Autonomous Model in Theatre and Architecture / Brejzek and Wallen

The Autonomous Model in Theatre and Architecture / Brejzek and Wallen

  • 19 March 2018, 6–7pm
  • RMIT University
    Design Hub Lecture theatre
    Level 3, Building 100, RMIT Design Hub
    Carlton, VIC 3000


Free, please RSVP

In this talk, Thea Brejzek and Lawrence Wallen will navigate the model’s genesis in theatre and architecture and identify the autonomous model as a cosmopoetic or world-making agent with the ability to generate new knowledge through its performative capacity.

Models are everywhere. The last Venice Architecture Biennale has been called the ‘Biennale of the Model’ and the recent Prague Quadrennial for Performance Design and Space (PQ) saw a proliferation of models from small scale to full-scale 1:1 models. Why do architects and set designers still make physical models? What is the meaning of scale? And what kind of models are there?

Presented by Monash University and RMIT.