Book / Le Corbusier in the Antipodes: Art, Architecture and Urbanism / 11 Nov

Wednesday 11 Nov 2020 12pm – 1pm
Queensland School of Architecture Research Zoom Room
Australian Centre for Architectural History, Urban and Cultural Heritage

Ahead of the release of his book Le Corbusier in the Antipodes: Art, Architecture and Urbanism (January 2021), Associate Professor Antony Moulis, will outline the genesis of the project and the research opportunities that have underpinned it. After the presentation, a panel will reflect with the author on the book’s approach, which reconsiders the ways that the architectural work of ‘modern masters’ was received outside Europe – a framework which opens up critical new research paths and methodological inquiry into cultural transfer.

Panel: Associate Professor Antony MoulisDr Manu P. Sobti, and Dr Macarena de La Vega de Leon (ACAHUCH Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Melbourne School of Design)

Details of the book can be found at: https://www.routledge.com/Le-Corbusier-in-the-Antipodes-Art-Architecture-and-Urbanism/Moulis/p/book/9781472464835

When Wednesday 11 November 2020
12–1pm AEST (QLD) | 1pm – 2pm DST (VIC NSW)

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