Liza Fior: Tailgating as municipal housekeeping (February 12, 2007)

Liza Fior is a partner at Muf an interdisciplinary, art and architecture collaborative in London. Fior describes the firm’s approach as “always beginning with looking at the visible and invisible, at physical and social structures, and at critical expansion of the brief.” She presents several projects, including Purity and Tolerance, the Walsall Art Gallery competition scheme, Museum Pavillion, The Newham Roof: or The Social Cage, a masterplan for the north side of Pittsburgh, and My Dream Today: Your Dream Tomorrow a landscape project in Tilbury.

During the question and answer portion of her lecture Liza Fior discusses being fired,, branding, and the Pittsburgh project.

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