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COLUMBIA GSAPP AT 2023 Chicago Architecture Biennial

Press Release
June 26, 2023

The fifth edition of the Chicago Architecture Biennial opening in November, 2023 features a strong representation of Columbia GSAPP affiliates. The School’s faculty and alumni are participating through installations and programs that will be announced in the coming weeks. Directed by Chicago-based collective Floating Museum, the Biennial exhibition, CAB 5: This is a Rehearsal, will feature more than 100 activations and programs by multidisciplinary creatives from 30 cities across the globe through February, 2024.

“Floating Museum considers the city as a framework for rehearsal, where the horizontal field of activity becomes a convivial palace for innovation, memory, and change,” shared the collective in a joint statement. “In this view, individuals, community organizations, institutions, and municipal authorities are invited to participate as equals––which opens new possibilities for collaboration across disciplines, geographies, and histories. We are excited to have the opportunity to think together with an expanded network of artists, architects, designers, poets, filmmakers, anthropologists, historians, institutions, and civic leaders.”

GSAPP faculty and alumni participation includes:

  • The Buell Center and AD—WO (Assistant Professor Emanuel Admassu ’12 MSAAD ’13 AAR and Jen Wood ’12 MSAAD)
    Learn more about the 100 Links project and book on GSAPP news.
  • Anupama Kundoo Atelier GmbH (Faculty Anupama Kundoo)
  • LOT-EK (Faculty Ada Tolla and Giuseppe Lignano)
  • The Living (Associate Professor David Benjamin ’05 M.Arch).
    David Benjamin’s GSAPP Footprint Project collaborated with the Urban Growers Collective to create a new building for its artist residency studio.
    The drawing by Daniel Vanderhorst (‘23 M.Arch ) can be viewed online.
  • Black Reconstruction Collective (Assistant Professor Emanuel Admassu ’12 MSAAD ’13 AAR, Professor of Professional Practice Mario Gooden ’90 MArch, J. Yolande Daniels ’90 MArch, and V. Mitch McEwen ’06 MArch)
  • interim studio (Nora Akawi ’11 MSCCCP)
  • Storefront for Art and Architecture (José Esparza Chong Cuy ’12 CCCP)

More information about the projects and programs will be included on this website as they are announced.