Susan Holden

Susan Holden is an Architect and Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland where she teaches Architectural History, Theory and Design. Her research deals broadly with historical and theoretic aspects of architecture as a subject of culture. Her research on 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. Her research is published internationally in a range of journals and she is co-author or Pavilion Proposition: Nine Points on an Architectural Phenomenon (Amsterdam: Valiz, 2018) with John Macarthur, Ashley Paine and Wouter Davidts. https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5201-7144

Senior Lecturer
University of Queensland
Highgate Hill, Australia
Focus area: Art History, Theory, Philosophy, Architecture, Urban Planning, Built Environment, Cultural Practices, Social Practice, Design, Public Art, Placemaking, Site Specific