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Category Archives: Exhibition

FORTY FIVE JOURNAL

“Living on the Edge: Urban Animals at the Margins of Buildings” is published in Forty-Five, Journal of Outside Research. This piece features discussion and images of projects we created for “Outside Design” at SAIC Sullivan Galleries in the fall of 2015, as well as an insightful review by Stuart McLean. Thank you to editors Jonathan Solomon and David Hays!   […]

OUTSIDE DESIGN

We are excited to be a part of Outside Design, a collateral event of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, now open at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries in Chicago. Curated by Jonathan Solomon, SAIC’s Director of the Department of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects, this show brings together five firms whose research-based work “develops new knowledge at the edges of design practice.” […]

OUTSIDE DESIGN: ARTISTS TALKS AND RECEPTION

Artists Talks and Reception on October 1, 2015 at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries.

HABITAT MAPPING: CHICAGO

Now in-progress: We are exploring the presence of urban wildlife on the SAIC campus through an ongoing mapping project that focuses on animal sightings and potential habitat locations. We have identified points of interest around campus and are in the process of documenting them through the use of camera traps, as well as looking for evidence of animal […]

NO CRASH ZONE

We are excited to present No Crash Zone, a temporary “renovation” of a window in the Carson, Pirie, Scott Building to make visible the logics of bird-strike prevention while still aspiring toward architecture’s preoccupations with the humanist subject. With a nod to the tiling pattern framing the building’s windows, the project aims to create visual noise through […]

PREVIEW: HABITAT WALL CHICAGO

Here are a few photos of our latest installation-in-progress. Habitat Wall is the first of three new works that we are producing for “Outside Design,” an upcoming exhibition at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Sullivan Galleries. More soon!

BAT CLOUD: ROTTERDAM

Bat Cloud: Rotterdam — designed and installed for the 2014 International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam — was adopted by the city’s Pompenburg Park and reinstalled under a pedestrian bridge at the park’s PeaceGarden site. Thanks to IABR and ZUS for the opportunity and support, and Thank You to Awesome Without Borders / The Harnisch Foundation for making this project […]

TECTONICS: NYFA

We are honored to be part of Tectonics, an exhibition of projects by winners of the 2013 NYFA Artists’ Fellowships in Choreography and Architecture/Environmental Structures/Design. Curated by NYFA, the show located at Westbeth Gallery, 55 Bethune St., New York, NY from August 1 – 18.

IABR 2014 – URBAN BY NATURE

We are excited to be part of the 2014 International Architecture Biennale in Rotterdam – Urban by Nature, opening on May 29 at the Kunsthal.

LETTERS TO THE MAYOR @ STOREFRONT

Joyce Hwang’s letter concerning the City of Buffalo is included in Letters to the Mayor, an exhibition at Storefront for Art and Architecture that presents fifty letters written by international architects to the political leaders of more than 20 cities around the world. Each letter provides a space of reflection for the architect to present […]

PAST FUTURES, PRESENT, FUTURES @ STOREFRONT

“Experimental Habitat for New York Rooftops” is a commissioned ‘reenactment’ of the Experimental Greenhouse for the courtyard of U.N. International School in New York by Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.), 1970,  one of 101 unrealized proposals for New York City included in the Past Futures, Present, Futures exhibition at Storefront, curated by Eva Franch. The exhibition […]

SPONTANEOUS INTERVENTIONS

The new Spontaneous Interventions website is up, featuring all 124 projects on exhibit in the U.S. Pavilion at la Biennale di Venezia. Check out Bat Cloud here!

VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE – U.S. PAVILION

We are excited to be included in the U.S. Pavilion at the 13th International Architecture Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia, organized by the Institute for Urban Design on behalf of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The exhibit, Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good, will feature 124 […]

ZOOLOGICAL LABORATORY

“Zoological Laboratory” is exhibited in Tomorrow, at the New York Hall of Science, in Queens, New York. On view from September 10 to December 5, 2004 (Organizer: Art and Science Collaborations, Inc.).