Women of Impact: Course leader contributes to celebration of feminist spatial practice

Feminist approaches to spacial practice including work by Interior Architecture course leader and author Gemma Barton will be discussed this Friday at the Becoming We Forum

The event will span six publications discussing modes of feminist tactics of spatial practice through the subjects of pedagogies, tools and activisms.  

Gemma contributed to two of the works to be examined: Chapter ‘Architecture 2.0’ – A Gendered Profession: The question of representation in space making (Jan 2017, RIBA Publishing) and Gendered, Non-Gendered, Re-Gendered Tools for Spatial Production – Vol 5 Issue 3: Styles of Queer Feminist Practices and Objects in Architecture (Gem Barton & Harriet Harriss, 2017, Journal for Architecture and Culture, Routledge).

Gemma’s book Don’t get a Job, Make a Job: how to make it as a creative graduate(March 2016, Laurence King) is published in English, Spanish and Korean and is sold all around the world and is a key text for many colleges and universities.

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