2020 Publications

Paine, Ashley, Susan Holden and John Macarthur. Valuing Architecture: Heritage and the Economics of Culture. Vis-a-Vis. Amsterdam: Valiz, 2020.

Holden, Susan and Ashley Paine. “Curating Architecture and the City: Recent Australian Pavilions.” European Journal of Creative Practices in Cities and Landscapes, Vol. 3, No. 1 (2020): 117-138.

2019 Publications

DavidtsWouter, Susan Holden, and Ashley Paine. Trading Between Architecture and Art: Strategies and Practices of Exchange. Vis-a-Vis. Amsterdam: Valiz, 2018.

Paine, Ashley, and Susan Holden. “The Pavilion Returns: The Holy See’s Vatican Chapels at the 16th International Venice Biennale of Architecture, 26 May-25 November 2019.” Fabrications. The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, Vol. 29, No. 1 (March 2019): 109-111.

2018 Publications

Holden, Susan, and Ashley Paine. “Breaking Ground: Muir and Openwork.” NGV Magazine 13 (2018): 68-73.

Macarthur, John, Susan Holden, Ashley Paine, and Wouter Davidts. Pavilion Propositions: Nine Points on an Architectural Phenomenon. Vis-a-Vis. Amsterdam: Valiz, 2018.

Holden, Susan and Ashley Paine. “Looking Back, Seeing Through: Contemporary Australian Pavilions” Architecture Australia, Vol. 107, No. 2, Mar/Apr 2018: 104-106.

Holden, Susan. “Refiguring the Pavilion: Garden Wall, 2017 National Gallery of Victoria Architecture Commission, by Retallack Thompson and Other Architects.” Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, Vol. 18, No.1, 2018: 154-157.

2017 Publications

Davidts, Wouter. “Double Up or in Unison. Encounters of Art and Architecture in the Work of Robbrecht en Daem architecten.” In Robbrecht en Daem: An Architectural Anthology, edited by Maarten van den Driessche, 106-16. Brussels: Mercatorfonds, 2017.

Quotation: The 34th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand. University of Canberra, Australia, 5-8 July 2017

Holden, Susan “To be with Architecture is All We Ask: A Critical Geneology of the Serpentine Pavilion” [full paper]

Macarthur, John “The Semblance of Use: History, Function and Aesthetics in the Serpentine Pavilion” [full paper]

Paine, Ashley “Rethinking Replicas: Temporality and the Reconstructed Pavilion” [full paper]

Varghese, Annalise “Following the Folly: Quoting, Constructing and Historicising Paper Architecture” [full paper]

Willink, Rosemary “The Met Breuer: From Sculpture to Art Museum and Back Again” [full paper]

Inside| Outside: Trading Between Art and Architecture. KASK / School of Arts, Ghent, Belgium, 4-6 May 2017

Holden, Susan “Assemble’s Turner Prize”[abstract] 

Macarthur, John “Pardo’s Plumbing” [abstract]

Paine, Ashley “Staging the Architectural Interior: Spencer Finch’s Windows” [abstract]

Varghese, Annalise “From Paper Architecture to Architectural Pavilions and Back Again” [abstract]

Willink, Rosemary “Breuer Revisited: Photography of the Museum in the Museum” [abstract]

2016 Publications

Macarthur, John and Susan Holden. “Is Architecture Art?.” Architecture Australia, Vol. 105, No. 2, Mar/Apr 2016: 46-47, 49-50.

2015 Publications

Macarthur, John. “Architecture, HEAT and the Government of Culture.” In Proceedings of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand: 32, Architecture, Institutions and Change, edited by Paul Hogben and Judith O’Callaghan, 366-377. Sydney:
SAHANZ, 2015.

Previous Publications

Leach, Andrew, and John Macarthur. “Architecture, Disciplinarity, and the Arts: Considering the Issues.” In Architecture, Disciplinarity, and the Arts, edited by Andrew Leach and John Macarthur, 7-15. Ghent: A&S Books, 2009.

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