Encounters with Arakawa and Madeline Gins

Fri, Mar 30    1pm

A half-day conference on the occasion of the opening of the Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery exhibition Arakawa and Madeline Gins: Eternal Gradient. The event convenes architects, artists, historians and writers to offer fresh interpretations of Arakawa and Gins’ work and theories in the context of contemporary practices and scholarship.

Schedule

1:00pm Introduction
Irene Sunwoo, Director of Exhibitions, Columbia GSAPP

1:15pm Practice for Living
Miwako Tezuka, Consulting Curator at Reversible Destiny Foundation/Estate of Madeline Gins
Momoyo Homma, Director of Arakawa + Gins Tokyo Office (Coordinologist, Inc.)
moderated by Julian Rose, Co-Founder, formlessfinder, and Adjunct Assistant Professor, Columbia GSAPP

2:30pm Eternal Gradient
Carrie Norman, Co-Founder, Norman Kelley, and exhibition designers, Arakawa and Madeline Gins: Eternal Gradient
in conversation with Irene Sunwoo and Tiffany Lambert, Columbia GSAPP Exhibitions

3:10pm Politics of the Page
Lucy Ives, poet and editor of a forthcoming collection of Madeline Gins’ writing
Léopold Lambert, architect and editor of The Funambulist

Break

4:30pm Architectural Bodies
Spyros Papapetros, Associate Professor, History and Theory of Architecture, Princeton University
Adrienne Hart, Artistic Director / Choreographer, Neon Dance
moderated by Andrés Jaque, Founder, Office for Political Innovation, and Adjunct Associate Professor, Columbia GSAPP

5:45pm Endings/Beginnings
Troy Conrad Therrien, Curator, Architecture and Digital Initiatives, Guggenheim Museum
Jenna Sutela, Visual Artist
Ed Keller, Associate Professor of Design Strategies & Director of the Center for Transformative Media, Parsons The New School for Design

Organized by Columbia GSAPP Exhibitions.
Free and open to the public.

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