Damn Magazine feature and interview.
“Central to the course is an investigation of the interior. The historical ambiguity and spatial indeterminacy of interiority gives way to a discipline that must consistently question itself, and MIARD embraces interior architecture’s evolving boundaries. The programme operates from the microscopic – how is space experienced at the level of the dust particle? – to the global. Course Director Alex Augusto Suárez explains that while the students’ multidisciplinary and self-directed research can journey far from conventional definitions of the interior, it is in this tension, this stretching of limits, that the critical vitality of the programme lies. What new, expanded, or reformed definitions of interiority arise? How does the research communicate through and with scholarship on the interior?”