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Apr 29 2022


2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Victoria King – Meshworks ▶

“Lines can navigate the space of potential between what is ‘no longer’ but also ‘not yet’.”
Tim Ingold, Redrawing Anthropology, 2011

Through a guided workshop, students will explore methods of visualising the multiscalar narratives of place. Material sourced from the Newcastle Living Histories Collection will be utilised to develop a series of graphic assemblages that help to situate a place or site within a complex cultural landscape. Drawing from methods of graphic anthropology and theories of material culture, such representations offer a way in which the archive of history may be brought into the cultural currency of the present.

Victoria is a Graduate of Architecture from the University of Melbourne and the University of Sydney. She was the recipient of the 2020 Victorian Graduate Prize by the Australian Institute of Architects. Victoria’s graduating studio project ‘Surface Tension / Blueprints for Renewal’ explored the adaptive reuse of maritime infrastructure towards ecological restoration in Sydney Harbour and was awarded the 2019 Silver Medal by the Royal Institute of British Architects. Her work has been published in Inflection Journal, The Sydney Morning Herald, and Architecture Australia