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End of Year Show Opening reception

Sat, May 13, 2023    3pm
Eoys 2023
May 13 – May 20, 2023
End of Year Show 2023
1172 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10027

Columbia GSAPP’s End of Year Show will open on Saturday, May 13 with a reception from 3-6pm. Displaying over 1,000 student works, the exhibition will occupy the entire Avery Hall at the heart of Columbia’s Morningside Campus in Manhattan, and be featured as well on a newly launched open online platform. The physical and digital exhibition highlights Columbia GSAPP’s continuing pedagogical experimentation responding to contemporary climatic, ecological, societal, and technological challenges; and confronting colonialism and racialization through the built environment. It is a momentous effort that brings together a wide range of student work operating in the entanglement of planetary dynamics, territories, infrastructures, bodies, and microscopic realms, situating action as criticality transitioning across scales.

The End of Year Show includes work from Columbia GSAPP’s degree programs in Advanced Architectural Design; Architecture; Computational Design Practices; Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices; Historic Preservation; Real Estate Development; Urban Design; and Urban Planning; as well as work developed in their intersections. This show accounts both for what is specific from each field, and how GSAPP works beyond disciplinary silos to claim the inseparability of practice, theory, and activism; offering a broad spectrum of actioned knowledge to address challenges and opportunities that cannot be envisioned from a single perspective. These interactions are further enhanced by the School’s rich context of its research centers and labs, including the Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes, the Center for Spatial Research, the Global Africa Lab, the Housing Lab, the Natural Materials Lab, the Post-Conflict Cities Lab, and the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for American Architecture; as well as its collaborations with other schools across Columbia University.

This exhibition celebrates the successful graduation of the first cohort of the Master of Science in Computational Design Practices, a new program which pioneers critical pedagogies for an integrated multi-scalar approach to computational design at the intersection of architecture, data visualization, and urbanism.

The in-person exhibition will also feature a lexicon developed as part of Common Circle, a School-wide effort to define shared terms and histories that the faculty and students collectively reference and acknowledge to identify and confront racism and colonialism in the built environment.

Opening on the occasion of GSAPP’s 2023 Graduation on May 13, the exhibition remains on view to the public through May 20. The online exhibition launches on May 13 at 3pm ET here.

Work by Karolina Dohnalkova, Lalinthip Maholarnkij (Critic: Emanuel Admassu), Laura Blaszczak (Critic: Mario Gooden); Juliana Yang, Anoushka Mariwala (Critic: Ziad Jamaleddine); Kriti Shivagunde, Javier Flores (Critics: Mireia Luzárraga, Alejandro Muiño); Steven Lin (Critic: Patti Anahory); Saba Ardeshiri, Maclane Regan, Chi Chi Wakabayashi (Critic: Gary Bates); Linda Xiangyi Deng (Critic: Michael Bell); Emma Sumrow (Critic: David Benjamin); Mariam Jacob (Critic: Nina Cooke John); Mia Iannace (Critic: Boonserm Premthada); Enrique Bejarano (Critic: Rachely Rotem); Verena Krappitz, Naumika Hejib, Devanshi Gajjar, Yashita Khanna (Critics: Emanuel Admassu, Regina Teng, A.L. Hu, Nina Cooke John, Chat Travieso, Jelisa Blumberg); Lucia Rebolino (Critic: Seth Thompson); Yingxi Dong, Wei Xiao (Critics: Feifei Zhou, Galen Pardee); Victoria Shay, Eleanor Birle, Cemre Tokat (Critic: Juan Herreros); Anna Kim, Chris Deegan (Critic: Nahyun Hwang).