The Artist as Architect: A Case Study by Peta Murray

PRS Asia Opening Address April 2018

Peta Murray is a carpenter’s daughter turned paracademic. In this address she presents her “hands-on” playful, participatory and performative approach to thinking-through-making, and shares instances of its application in both real world and examination settings. Dr Murray brings a breadth of experience as a playwright and a theatre-maker to her current role as a researcher-practitioner, where her focus is on culture jamming, arts activism, and on how we might reimagine ageing as a creative act.

 

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