Isaac McCormack is a graduate of architecture at GHD Woodhead and Casual
Academic at Curtin University. Completing his master’s degree at Curtin University in 2018 receiving the EG Cohen medal and Peter Hunt travel prize upon graduation. Isaac developed a passion for narrative and speculative architecture during his final year of university and thesis. Wishing to tell stories about the form and experience of space using both the written and drawn medium. Questioning and exploring the ways in which indigenous culture is often simplified and not understood. He writes and draws new stories to express the complexity of the culture hoping they act as gateways to culture and understanding.
Title - Narrative Landscapes
How can narratives and storytelling be used to understand indigenous architecture
in Australia? This talk is my journey through trying to answer this question and understand the built form of modern cities.