Sam Spurr is an spatial theorist and designer working across academia, art, journalism and curatorship. She is currently a Senior Lecturer at UNSW Art and Design. Sam received her doctorate from UNSW in 2007 titled ‘Performative Architecture’ and after which taught fulltime in architecture and design at UTS. Sam has curated numerous international and local exhibitions, public interviews and design projects that seek to expand the discourse on architecture, art and the city. She has exhibited at the Moscow Biennale 2013, Sydney Biennale 2012, Storefront Gallery NYC (2012), the Prague Quadrennial 2011 and The Gwangju Design Biennale 2011, as well co-curating the first SEAM Symposium (2009) on architecture, film and dance. She writes for academic journals as well as architecture and design magazines, including Architecture Australia, Domus, FRAME, MARK Magazine .
Designing Human Experience: Digital vs Physical, for Sydney Design Festival
Join us at the Sydney Design Festival where we'll be presenting a panel discussion on the Intersection of Digital Design & Architectural Design