Jorge Otero-Pailos, director of GSAPP’s Historic Preservation program speaks with Brennan Gerard and Ryan Kelly, artists who use their performances as a form of inquiry and preservation, in advance of their Spring 2018 lecture at the school.
They discuss the architecture of intimacy and its intersection with queer identity, explored in their project Modern Living. They also touch on whether the ‘dream house’ ever really exists – or if it’s an invention of real estate agents.
“It is about a time spent, intimately, listening, passing time, noticing, observing, the different ways the environment affects the space. Trying really, I guess, feel what it felt like, to live in the space.” – Ryan Kelly
Source by Columbia GSAPP