Interlude is a group of young and emerging spatial practitioners who are interested in exploring alternate ways of sharing, learning and producing knowledge.
Interlude grew—and continues to grow—out of a series of informal encounters and discussions; carving out the space to collectively reflect, rant, critique, act, react, fail, learn and build solidarities beyond the confines of the institution.
Interlude acknowledges the D’harawal, Dharug, Gundangara, Gai-maragal, Guringai and Eora peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the lands where our digital archive is shared. We acknowledge that sovereignty has not been ceded and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging. We extend this acknowledgment and respect to our First Nations collaborators and audiences.
Interlude is produced with the assistance of the Alastair Swayn Foundation.
Find out more at alastairswaynfoundation.org.