Susan Holden



The University of Queensland



Susan Holden is an architect and senior lecturer at the University of Queensland. Her research on the relationship between architecture and art has considered historical cases such as the post-WWII synthesis of the arts and the competition to design the Centre Pompidou, to contemporary developments in practice including the proliferation of pavilion architecture. She has published in a range of journals including Journal of ArchitectureLeonardo, AA Files and the Australia and New Zealand Journal of Art and contributes to the professional journal Architecture Australia. Susan is author, along with John Macarthur, Ashley Paine and Wouter Davidts, of Pavilion Propositions: Nine Points on an Architectural Phenomenon (Amsterdam: Valiz, 2018), an outcome of the Australian Research Council funded Project: Is Architecture Art: A history of categories, concepts and recent practices.


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