Drawing [as] Practice | Bryan Cantley

Bryan Cantley (USA)

Form:uLA is an experimental design practice owned by Bryan Cantley, which attempts to blur the indeterminate zone between architecture and its representation. An alumnus of UCLA, he has lectured at a number of architecture schools internationally, and has been visiting faculty at SCI-ARC and Woodbury. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art purchased eleven of his models and drawings as a part of their permanent collection, and he was the recipient of a Graham Foundation Grant in 2002. Cantley has had solo exhibition at The Bartlett [2008], as well as being the International Guest Lecturer at the Bartlett School of Architecture in 2008 and 2017. He has shown work in a number of other institutions, including SFMOMA, UNCC and UCLA. His solo exhibition Dirty Geometries + Mechanical Imperfections premiered at SCIARC in 2014, and work was featured in AD Drawing Strength From Machinery in 2008, and AD Drawing Architecture in 2013. His first monograph, Mechudzu, was published by Springer-Wein in 2011.



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