Posts Tagged: art

Critic/All international conference on architectural design and criticism

On 20 June, I will be presenting a paper titled “A World Apart. Architectural Autonomy as Artistic Freedom” at the Critic/All international conference on architectural design and criticism at Madrid’s ETSAM Architecture School.

Critic/All international conference on architectural design and criticism

On 20 June, I will be presenting a paper titled “A World Apart. Architectural Autonomy as Artistic Freedom” at the Critic/All international conference on architectural design and criticism at Madrid’s ETSAM Architecture School.

A Tour of the Monuments of Sant Adrià del Besòs and Badalona in the Province of Barcelona

Realized in an illustration workshop conducted by Miguel Gallardo and Karin du Croo of Club Talleres.

A Tour of the Monuments of Sant Adrià del Besòs and Badalona in the Province of Barcelona

Realized in an illustration workshop conducted by Miguel Gallardo and Karin du Croo of Club Talleres.

Light Pavilions

Light Pavilions is part of a video installation titled Quadern de bitàcola (Logbook) by the late Spanish artist Chema Alvargonzález at Tinglado 2, a 19th-century warehouse in the port of Tarragona used as an exhibition space for installation art. Three pavilions

Light Pavilions

Light Pavilions is part of a video installation titled Quadern de bitàcola (Logbook) by the late Spanish artist Chema Alvargonzález at Tinglado 2, a 19th-century warehouse in the port of Tarragona used as an exhibition space for installation art. Three pavilions

‘From White Cube to Big Box: Three Exurban Themes in the Work of Kim Adams’

‘From White Cube to Big Box: Three Exurban Themes in the Work of Kim Adams’ is an invited catalogue essay published in Ewen McDonald, ed., (The World May Be) Fantastic. Sydney: 2002 Biennale of Sydney. The essay can be read here.

‘From White Cube to Big Box: Three Exurban Themes in the Work of Kim Adams’

‘From White Cube to Big Box: Three Exurban Themes in the Work of Kim Adams’ is an invited catalogue essay published in Ewen McDonald, ed., (The World May Be) Fantastic. Sydney: 2002 Biennale of Sydney. The essay can be read here.

Light and Space Intervention

Light and Space is an ephemeral intervention in Aldo van Eyck‘s famous Orphanage building of 1960, installed as part of a group exhibition of work by the Berlage Institute graduating class of 1995 (curator: Petra Blaisse). The intention was, on the one hand, to temporarily

Light and Space Intervention

Light and Space is an ephemeral intervention in Aldo van Eyck‘s famous Orphanage building of 1960, installed as part of a group exhibition of work by the Berlage Institute graduating class of 1995 (curator: Petra Blaisse). The intention was, on the one hand, to temporarily