Anna Conrick is a practising spatial designer and design educator at Monash University, Melbourne. Currently undertaking doctoral research at MADA (Monash Art Design and Architecture) entitled Affinities and Atmospheres: Using Design to Rethink Set and Setting in Psychedelic Therapies, Anna’s work explores spatial setting as a lively and designable encounter.


Anna studied Anthropology at La Trobe University in Melbourne, and Interior Design at RMIT (Melb) and Parsons/The New School in New York. With a practice background in both architectural design and fabrication (ceramics and lighting), Anna’s professional experience frames an ongoing research interest in vibrant matter and material agency which lends a particularly sensory focus to her work.

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