This time last year BA Interior Architecture Course Leader Gem Barton and Harriet Harris embarked on their first joint research project. This week they found out it will be published by Taylor & Francis in a special edition of the Journal of Architecture and Culture. Their project ‘Gendered, Non-Gendered, Re-Gendered Tools for Spatial Production’ comes from a paper given at the Architecture and Feminism Conference in Stockholm.
Gems other publications include:
Chapter ‘Architecture 2.0’ published in ‘The Gendered Profession: The question of representation in space making’ (Nov 2016, RIBA Publishing)
Chapter ‘The grey area between reality and representation: The practices of Architects and Film-makers’ published in ‘Filming the City’ (May 2016, Intellect books, Eds. Edward M.Clift, Mirko Guaralda, Ari Mattes)
– Author of ‘Don’t Get a Job… Make a Job: How to make it as a creative graduate’ (March 2016, Laurence King Publishers) which has been translated into four different languages.