2017 Interstices Symposium: Surface/Pattern


May 9, 2017

2017 Interstices (Under Construction) symposium

Surface – Pattern: a pursuit of material narratives.  Registration







2 – 4th June 2017, Auckland, New Zealand

The University of Auckland and Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand



Click here to register: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/2017-interstices-19-under-construction-symposium-surface-pattern-a-pursuit-of-material-narratives-tickets-34414804607?aff=ehomecard


CLICK HERE to see the programme


Auckland University of Technology, Level 1, Sir Paul Reeves Building aka WG building, Governor Fitzroy Place (for all delegate presentations). Look for the sculptural concrete corner pillar:

CLICK HERE for campus map


Payment is accepted in Visa and Mastercard. All delegates presenting a paper *must* register under one of the All Days options (either waged or concession).

All others (e.g. those attending but not presenting a paper) may register up to the day of the event itself and may either choose to mix and match selected portions of the conference or to register for All Days.

The conference dinner will take place on Saturday 3rd June. The conference dinner will cost around NZD 60 and requires an additional ticket on top of the main registration options; it will not be included unless you select and buy a separate ticket for it when you register.


Delegates should arrange their accommodation in Auckland.

We suggest the following, which are all within five to ten minutes walk to the conference venues:
– Quadrant Hotel, Waterloo Quadrant.
– The Langham Hotel, Symonds Street
– Copthorne Hotel, Symonds Street
– Scenic Hotel, Queen Street
– VR Queen Street Hotel & Suites
– Quest on Queen Serviced Apartments, Queen Street
– Waldorf-St Martins Serviced Apartments, St Martins Lane
– Waldorf-Tetra Serviced Apartments, Wakefield Street
Budget options, also within walking distance:
– YHA Auckland City Backpackers
– YHA Auckland International Backpackers
Bed and breakfasts, further away from the venues, generally requiring a bus/train/taxi ride:
– https://www.bnb.co.nz/auckland.html
And of course AirBnB.


Hosted by the University of Auckland Te Whare Wānanga o Tāmaki Makaurau and the Auckland University of Technology Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makau Rau.