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GSAPP at 2019 Architecture Biennials

Nahyun hwang and david eugin moon
Interim Urbanism: Youth, Dwelling, City, NHDM Architecture + Urbanism, at Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism.
Press Release
01 October 2019
Columbia GSAPP has strong representation at architecture biennials and triennials taking place across the globe throughout the Fall of 2019. The School’s faculty, students, and alumni are participating with installations, lectures, discussions, and publications at important domestic and international events including the Chicago Architecture Biennial, Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, International Architecture Biennial of São Paulo, and the inaugural Sharjah Architecture Triennial, among others.

Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism
September 6 – November 10, 2019, Seoul, South Korea

Thematic Exhibition

  • Blue Rebellion: An Intervention on the Toxic Urbanism of Ultra Clear Glass, by Associate Professor of Professional Practice Andrés Jaque (Office for Political Innovation).
  • Bamseom Danginri Live, by Minsuk Cho (Mass Studies), ’92 M.Arch.

The Collective City Exhibition

  • Interim Urbanism: Youth, Dwelling, City, by Adjunct Assistant Professors Nahyun Hwang and David Eugin Moon (NHDM Architecture + Urbanism).
  • The Ganges Machine: A River Without Banks, co-presented by Adjunct Assistant Professor Anthony Acciavatti.

Global Studios Exhibition and Symposium

  • The Speculative City: Crisis, Turmoil, and Projections in Architecture, work by Columbia GSAPP students, studio leader David Eugin Moon.

XII Bienal Internacional de Arquitetura de São Paulo
September 10 – 29, 2019, São Paulo, Brazil

  • Architecture as Rendered Society, by Associate Professor of Professional Practice Andrés Jaque (Office for Political Innovation). Andrés Jaque also delivers the keynote lecture to open the biennial on September 10.
  • Acesso a todos: Infraestructuras arquitetonicas de São Paulo, a conversation with Associate Professor Enrique Walker, on September 11.
  • Livro O Ordinário, a presentation of the Spanish edition of “The Ordinary” by Enrique Walker, published by Columbia Books on Architecture and the City, on September 12.
  • John Szot, ’01 MSAAD, lectures on his work on September 17.

Chicago Architecture Biennial …And Other Such Stories
September 19, 2019 – January 5, 2020, Chicago, IL

Exhibition

  • Homophily: The Urban History of an Algorithm, by the Center for Spatial Research, directed by Professor Laura Kurgan.

Publication

  • 2019 Chicago Architecture Biennial is published by Columbia Books on Architecture and the City.
  • Appearances and (Non)Erasures: Mapping Confederate Monuments and the Racial Conditionedness of Liberation, a visual essay published in the Biennial catalogue by Associate Professor of Professional Practice Mario Gooden.

Oslo Architecture Triennale 2019
September 26 – November 24, 2019, Oslo, Norway

Overgrowth:

  • Bringing the Kitchen Out of the House, by Associate Professor of Professional Practice Anna Puigjaner, an essay published as part of the collaborative series “Overgrowth” by Oslo Architecture Triennale and e-flux.

The Library:

  • Adjunct Assistant Professors Christopher Leong & Dominic Leong (Leong Leong), Dan Taeyoung, and Tei Carpenter.
  • Alumni Jesse McCormick ’18 M.Arch and Khoi Nguyen ’18 MSAAD (A.WKSHP).

XXI Bienal de Arquitectura y Urbanismo 2019
October 3 – 27, 2019, Santiago, Chile

  • Conversación con Andrés Jaque, inaugural lecture by Associate Professor of Professional Practice Andrés Jaque.

Lisbon Architecture Triennale
October 5 – December 1, 2019, Lisbon, Portugal

The exhibition What is Ornament? includes contributions by:

  • Bernard Tschumi, Professor and Dean Emeritus
  • Anna Puigjaner (MAIO), Associate Professor of Professional Practice
  • Alumni Urtzi Grau, ‘04 MSAAD (Fake Industries Architectural Agonism)

  • In conjunction with the exhibition, Adjunct Assistant Professors Konstantinos Pantazis and Marianna Rentzou (Point Supreme) deliver a talk on the topic of ornament.

Sharjah Architecture Triennial
November 9, 2019 – February 8, 2020, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

  • Collectively, Adjunct Assistant Professor Farzin Lotfi-Jam, Professor Felicity Scott, and Lecturer in Architecture Mark Wasiuta participate with an installation unearthing the archives of the audio-visual programme that was part of Habitat, the UN Conference on Human Settlements held in Vancouver in 1976, to examine the mechanisms of international aid and the construction of an imaginary of the Global South.
  • CCCP/2020 is a collective of current M.S. CCCP students who are researching the format of the syllabus as a pedagogical tool and as a site of knowledge production.
  • L.E.FT, the firm of Assistant Professor Ziad Jamaleddine, is one of four architecture offices invited to develop proposals for re-imagining the Emirate of Sharjah in response to the themes of housing, schooling, and environment.
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