Mark Wasiuta is Lecturer in Architecture at Columbia GSAPP and Co-Director of the Critical, Curatorial and Conceptual Practices in Architecture program. Wasiuta is recipient of recent grants from the Asian Cultural Council, NYSCA, and the Graham Foundation, where he is currently an inaugural Graham Foundation Fellow. His research exhibition practice focuses on archives and under-examined projects of the postwar period.
Recent exhibitions curated and produced with various collaborators include Environmental Communications: Contact High, Information Fall-Out: Buckminster Fuller’s World Game; Les Levine: Bio-Tech Rehearsals 1967-1973; and Control Syntax Rio. His work has been exhibited at the Graham Foundation, LAXART, Het Nieuwe Instituut, Storefront for Art and Architecture, the Benaki Museum, the Venice Architecture Biennale, and elsewhere. Upcoming exhibitions include Control Syntax Songdo at MAXXI, the national museum of 21st-century arts, in Rome; No Longer Art: Salvage Art Institute at Museo de Art de Zapopan in Mexico; and No-Stop Classroom at the 4th Istanbul Design Biennial.
Wasiuta is a Consulting Curator of Architecture at the Jewish Museum in New York City. He is co-author and co-editor of Rifat Chadirj: Building Index, Dan Graham’s New Jersey, and author of numerous articles. His upcoming publications include The Archival Exhibition: A Decade of Research at the Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery and Documentary Remains.