Ms Anna Tweeddale1 1RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia   The phenomenon of construction connects a moment of tranquil suburbia with the pisolithic geology of bauxite through refined aluminium. Situated on a plinth of steel-reinforced concrete, the lightweight extension of House A...
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Ms Amelia Hine1, Ms Maggie-Anne Harvey1 1University Of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia   ‘[C]apitalism has naturalized itself to the earth, feeding off the fossil stocks and mineral flows of the substratum’ (Yusoff 2017, 113). In seeking the edges of this capitalist...
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Dr Andrea Connor1, Professor Donald McNeill1 1Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia   Whilst the ground we stand and build on is often conceptualised as a ‘natural’ terrestrial plane, recent theoretical work across a range of disciplines has begun to re-think...
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