University of Sidney
Professor Kaji-O’Grady’s research interests are in the cross-fertilization between architecture, science and art in the 1960s and 1970s. She draws out the relationships between emerging sciences such as computerisation and robotics, the development of performance art and installation, and the architecture of the 1970s. She situates these exchanges in their historical and cultural contexts and alongside theoretical debates in and out of architecture. As a critic, she is concerned to assess the consequences of individual buildings for the discipline. Additionally, she researches notation and colour through her own art practice and is interested in supervising higher degree research by project.
- Sandra Kaji-O'Grady