Art Village City Exhibition
City as Stage/Art as Plan
This symposium brought together a dynamic group of interdisciplinary scholars for conversations about the ongoing relationship between visual arts and urban studies. Sessions focused on New York neighborhoods in the 1960s, visual culture and architecture in pan-American cities, and the ways in which artists engage with urbanism in the present day.
Disrupting Unity and Discerning Ruptures
Institution:Canadian Centre for Architecture,
“Past(el) Digital” documents the resurgence of the visual qualities of early digital culture in contemporary internet culture. It is one of four articles produced for the CCA website by Mika Savela as part of his research project for “Architecture and/for Photography.”
Reimagining the Urban
SeeThrough Maps: Maps That Lay Bare Their Point of View
The Arts of Urban Transition
This interdisciplinary course uses texts and methods from history, theatre, and dance to examine artists and works of art as agents of change in New York (1960-present) and contemporary Detroit.