Making Books Now – Columbia GSAPP at the Chicago Architecture Biennial

Fri, Sep 15, 2017    1pm

Making Books Now
Chicago Architecture Biennial Artistic Directors’ Symposium

In conjunction with the Chicago Architecture Biennial, Columbia GSAPP presents a discussion among architects who have reengaged book-making on their own terms to explore the printed book as a vehicle for producing and expressing architectural thought. A series of conversations explores how practicing architects are making new history by making books, by approaching bookmaking as an opportunity to frame their practices, and even thinking of it as an architectural project in and of itself.

Moderated by GSAPP’s Director of Publications James Graham, the event features a series of 20-minute conversations among practices who will engage and respond to one other’s recent publications. The pairs will offer six consecutive thematic discussions based on a shared theme or interest connecting the books and approach to representing their practices.

Speakers
Amale Andraos and Dan Wood ‘92 M.Arch, WORKac
Benjamin Aranda '99 M.Arch, Aranda\Lasch
David Benjamin '05 M.Arch, The Living
Tatiana Bilbao, Tatiana Bilbao Estudio
Sarah Dunn '94 M.Arch, UrbanLab
Kersten Geers, OFFICE KGDVS
Reto Geiser, MG&Co.
James Graham, Columbia GSAPP
Go Hasegawa, Go Hasegawa and Associates
Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee, Johnston Marklee
Keith Krumwiede
Jing Liu and Florian Idenburg, SO-IL
Freek Persyn, 51n4e
Hilary Sample and Michael Meredith , MOS Architects

Open to ticket holders of the Chicago Architecture Biennial preview.

Produced by Columbia GSAPP in collaboration with Chicago Architecture Biennial Artistic Directors Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee.

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