Speculative Architecture and the Commons
part of Robert Morris: Para-architectural projects

Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Gallery
132 E. 68th Street
New York, NY

November 23, 2-6pm

Inspired by our current exhibition, Robert Morris: Para-architectural projects, this event will bring together artists, writers, and designers/architects/planners for an afternoon of conversations focused on feminist, queer and POC visions of speculative architecture and its liberatory potential to reimagine the commons. Panelists will present on their work, introduce interactive technologies and activities to the audience, and discuss themes from their work. A reception and tour of Robert Morris: Para-architectural projects by exhibition curator Sarah Watson to follow.

Nyasha Felder, will present on her architectural collaborations with artists and her design for the Education Pavilion for the North Philly Peace Park.

Glenn Cantave and Idris Brewster, who collective work as Movers and Shakers will present on their Augmented Reality Monument Tours and the work they are doing with their AR projects in schools.

Natalia Nakazawa will present on her curatorial, pedagogical, and artistic interest in artists’ interpretations of the city, based in part on her curation of the 2015 exhibition Translated Cities.

Cheryl J. Fish, PH.D. will present on June Jordan and Buckminster Fuller’s 1965 “Architextual” Collaboration” Skyrise for Harlem.

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