Defining Space Symposium 2007:
Architecture 53seven to display at Defining Space International Symposium on Architecture. The conference will begin on the afternoon of Thursday 11 October and end on the evening of Saturday 13 October. There will be three parallel sessions, accommodating a total of about seventy speakers. The parallel sessions will all be held in Newman House, a Georgian townhouse on St Stephen's Green and the original site of the university founded by Cardinal Newman in the mid-nineteenth century. The confirmed plenary speakers are: Barry Bergdoll (MoMA and Columbia University, New York), Steve Pile (Open University, UK), and Anthony Vidler (The Cooper Union, New York). Barry Bergdoll and Steve Pile will speak on the Friday, Anthony Vidler on the Saturday. His talk will be chaired by Kathleen James-Chakraborty, who will also offer a concluding overview of the conference. The plenary sessions will take place in the late afternoon/evening of Friday and Saturday in the auditorium of the National Gallery of Ireland in Merrion Square, a short walk from Newman House.

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