Rob Stone – “Splash: Greg Louganis at the Threshold of Aural Architecture”

Im/Perfect Bodies: Part of the Joan Carlisle-Irving Lecture Series

Dr. Rob Stone is Senior Research Fellow in the Visual Culture Research Group at Middlesex University. He is also closely attached to the Research Architecture, Visual Cultures and Visual Arts Departments at Goldsmiths College. His critical interests are in sound, architecture, fine art and the creative-theoretical problems of writing the social and aesthetic relationships between them. His book ‘Auditions: Architecture  and Aurality’ will be published by MIT Press later this year. He is recently appointed Adjunct Professor with the Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory at UBC.

The JCI Lecture Series is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Department of Art History Visual Art and Theory, the Department of Theatre, Film and Creative Writing, and the Department of Anthropology.