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Joshua Jordan and Jacqueline Martinez

Thu, Sep 17, 2020    9am

Lecture by Josh Jordan and Jacqueline Martinez

This talk focuses on how critical fabrication technologies shape political engagements in the making of architecture today.

Josh Jordan is Director of the Making Studio and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia GSAPP. His teaching focuses on critically-informed fabrication, and around making as an act of design thought and community building.

Jacqueline Martinez is Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia GSAPP and designer at Snøhetta in the New York office. Her work focuses on the public realm, concentrating on resilient systems of urbanism, anthropocentric cycles, and ideas of exploited ephemerality.

This lecture is organized by the Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design Program as part of the lecture series “Techno-Critical Assemblies.” This ongoing series brings together a diverse group of speakers whose work addresses today’s most pressing challenges⁠—environmental, political, social, and beyond.

The Techno-Critical Assemblies Lecture Series is open to current Columbia GSAPP students only.