Ignacio G. Galán is a New York-based architect, historian, and educator concerned with the role of architecture in the articulation of societies. His scholarship addresses the relationship between architecture, politics, and media, with a particular focus on nationalism, colonialism, and diverse forms of population transience. The designs of his firm [igg – office for architecture] have been awarded in several competitions, including the First Prize for the New Velodrome in Medellín, and are part of the permanent collection of the Pompidou Center. His work unfolds through diverse media and platforms and is continuously informed by different kinds of conversations and collaborations.
Wednesday, April 29, 2020. Introduction by Lecturer Katy Barkan.
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