9 July - 12 October
State Library of Queensland
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ATCH is a Research Centre in the School of Architecture at The University of Queensland, Australia. Under the direction of Professor John Macarthur, ATCH offers a rigorous and collegial environment for academics and research-higher-degree candidates engaged with Architectural history, theory, and criticism. The Centre has one of the largest concentrations of research-focussed staff in architectural history and theory in Australasia. In 2014 ATCH comprises a total of twenty seven members: four postdoctoral research fellows, a senior research fellow, five teaching and research staff, three honorary research affiliates, and fourteen research higher degree candidates. ATCH engages critically with the history of buildings and architectural concepts, and with the past and present culture of architecture in relation to the visual arts, design, philosophy, cultural studies, and urbanisation.
Léa-Catherine Szacka is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Oslo Centre for Critical Architectural Studies (OCCAS) part of the institute of Form, Theory and History, Oslo School of Architecture and Design.