Friday, November 11, 2016
Exhibition Models examines new curatorial practices, scholarship, and institutional experiments that are redefining the agency of architecture exhibitions.
Presentations and panels offer case-studies and consider the format, role, and impact of exhibitions in different settings ranging from academic venues, alternative spaces, and well-established institutions to project-based architecture biennials and triennials.
This panel considers the role of exhibitions in academic institutions as both pedagogical resource and platform for groundbreaking new research.
Mark Wasiuta, Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery
Nina Stritzler-Levine, Bard Graduate Center
Andres Lepik, Architekturmuseum TU Munich
Vanessa Norwood, Architectural Association
Moderated by Reinhold Martin, Columbia GSAPP
CURATORIAL DISPATCHES I
U.S. Pavilion, 2016 Venice Biennale:
Cynthia Davidson and Mónica Ponce de León, curators
Oslo Architecture Triennale:
Lluís A. Casanovas, Ignacio G. Galán, Carlos Mínguez, Alejandra Navarrete, Marina Otero Verzier, After Belonging Agency, curators
Moderated by Felicity Scott, Columbia GSAPP
Innovative approaches to architecture exhibitions across scales: from independent experimental spaces to new strategies at established institutions.
CURATORIAL DISPATCHES II
Beatrice Galilee, The Met
Joseph Grima, Ideas City, New Museum
Sarah Herda, Graham Foundation
Sylvia Lavin, UCLA, Architecture & Urban Design
Moderated by Irene Sunwoo and Galia Solomonoff, Columbia GSAPP