Brass Art (Artist), Chara Lewis (Artist), Kristin Mojsiewicz (Artist), Anneke Pettican (Artist)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


The experiment series represents a polemical, provocative and visionary approach to architecture and spatial practice delivered through international exhibitions, symposiums and publications. Participating architects, designers and academics use speculative narratives as a generative methodology to create, develop and represent visionary architecture and spatial ideas through transdisciplinary media.

The second theme of this collective experiment is Sensorium. It presupposes aspects of the recognition and perception of space in architecture and spatial practice. Using 21st-century advances in technology allow architects and designers to expand their disciplinary territories in order to experiment with new architectural typologies. In this exhibition, contributors use speculative narrative methods to explore the theme of Sensorium in a variety of contexts.

The exhibition offers an opportunity to showcase Speculative Architectural research being undertaken by visionary architects and academics from across the globe. Using drawings, films, animations and interactive installations, the contributors seek to communicate their visionary architectural narratives to a wider audience.

Participants: Sarah Allan, Jiyoon Bae, Brass Art (Lewis, Mojsiewicz, Pettican), Professor Bryan Cantley, eyeTry (Florian Schafschetzy, Dr. Eva Sommeregger), Factory Fifteen (Jonathan Gales, Paul Nicholls, Kibwe Tavares), F.U.N. (Future Urban Networks: Professor Nic Clear, Hyun Jun Park), Dr. Marko Jobst, Woojong Kim, Professor Perry Kulper, Jun Yeol Lee, Yuhao Liu, Yorgos Loizos, Marko Milic, Dr. Shuan Murray, Rahesh Ram
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationShanghai
PublisherUniversity of Huddersfield
EditionShanghai Urban Space Art Season Biennale
Publication statusPublished - 5 Oct 2019


  • spatial practice
  • architecture
  • sensorium
  • transdisciplinary
  • installation
  • speculative architecture
  • freud


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