Heide 2 projection by Roger Kemp
Mapping light interactions on reflective surfaces
Virtual Tracings Liz Lambrou
Interstitial Conduits by Liz Lambrou
Light projection mapping
Lighthouse Liz Lambrou
Inflatable globe test by Katrina Simon
Past Event

Projections and Disruptions – Drawing Practices of Interiors and Landscapes

RMIT University, School of Architecture and Urban Design, Interior Design and Landscape Architecture disciplines


Thu 25 May 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Thu 25 May 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Floor Talk
Fri 26 May 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Sat 27 May 1:00pm - 4:00pm


Free, no booking required


Cardwell Cellars + Mayfield Gallery
Cardwell Cellars, Victoria Street, Abbotsford VIC, Australia


Seating available

Hosted at Mayfair Gallery, this exhibition brings together a community of academics/design practitioners who use projection-based drawing and diagram processes to guide and enact their analysis and ideation of spatial relations. These works range from analogue constructions on paper to digital and multimedia projections and will focus on the intersection of landscape and interior spatialites.

Works will be collectively constructed onsite over 3 days to enact a diverse array of methods and mediums deployed in the representation, communication, and production of spatial propositions. The exhibition and associated public event seeks to advance the engagement between conditions of INTERIOR and LANDSCAPE in material, operative and philosophical terms.

This event will take place above the Cardwell Cellars, a unique wine dealer mapping the world with wine bottles since 2022.

James Carey, Maud Cassaignau, Ying-Lan Dann, Leslie Eastman, Anthony Fryatt, Bridget Keane, Roger Kemp, Alice Lewis, Liz Lambrou, Jen Lynch, Katrina Simon, Phoebe Whitman


Anthony Fryatt

Dr Anthony Fryatt is an academic and designer. He leads the Master of Interior Design program at RMIT University and collaborates with Roger Kemp through the research-led design practice Making Distance. Taking a scenographic and contingent approach to making, works include drawings, diagrams, models, and installations that seek to offer a participatory interior encounter.

Katrina Simon

Dr Katrina Simon is a designer and visual artist with a background in architecture, landscape architecture and fine art. Her research interests are in design research, mapping, cemeteries, and the impacts of earthquakes and other disasters on cites, focusing on Christchurch, NZ.

She has participated in several solo and group exhibitions, has held residencies in Paris and New York, and has won and placed in numerous art, landscape and urban design competitions and awards. Most recently, Katrina was part of a design team including Russell Rodrigo and Kate-Irwin-Faulks whose entry was a finalist in the Canterbury Earthquake Memorial competition, New Zealand.

Her PhD research on mapping and landscape representation is being extended into a collaborative project with Simon Twose for the upcoming Prague Quadrennial in Performance Design and Space. Katrina is currently a Senior Lecturer in Landscape Architecture in the Faculty of the Built Environment at UNSW Australia.

Elizabeth Lambrou

Liz is an interior designer and educator. Her ongoing practice is concerned with temporary conditions of space through the design of immersive experiences embedded within the urban environment. Ongoing works explore thresholds, ambiguous materials and dematerialization of space through screen-based installations.

Her current doctoral work titled ‘Space in Transition’ examines interior experience within spaces that “move you” and spaces that you “move past”. This research engages with questions pertaining to urban environments and the role of physical space and in a post-digital age.

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