Hanne Nielsen and Birgit Johnsen: Particles
Hanne Nielsen and Birgit Johnsen: Particles

Ormston House is proud to present Particlesthe first exhibition of internationally renowned Danish video artists Hanne Nielsen AND Birgit Johnson in Ireland. For more than three decades, Hanne Nielsen and Birgit Johnsen have focused on the powerful impact of media images on society. The artists say: “We want to create a framework for reflection on the current global, critical conditions and ethical, existential choices we face today. We often appear alone in our works; we believe that the performative combines the personal with the political.

In their new two-channel video installation, the artists appear as bird figures brought from outer space. Together they travel through scenes inspired by the works of Tarkovsky – an abandoned amusement park, a dilapidated industrial estate, an overgrown castle ruin, a rocky landscape, burning fields. They are female clones of the plague doctor and future scientist, equipped with all sorts of measuring instruments. Drones are deployed to provide the vertical perspective they need to travel through time and space, and to develop machine vision, fly in sudden movements, observe, search, monitor, and vanish into the sky.

Intersecting with television and online material, the installation presents a series of different “reflection rooms” where fragments of historical and recent events are intertwined with personal and mythical interpretations via the plague doctor’s crystal ball. While particles in the form of dirt, smoke or fog can refer to climate change, pollution, poverty, war and even the lack of transparency of anti-democratic processes, particles in the sense of aeolian dust are also a condition of existence. A doctor and a scientist mediate seemingly chaotic conditions and continue their journey to find signs of life and measure the state of our planet.

About artists

Hanne Nielsen (born 1959) and Birgit Johnsen (born 1958) enjoy an international reputation for artistic excellence and are the recipients of numerous awards, including the new Carlsberg Foundation Art Award, the Carl Nielsen and Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen Award and the prestigious Eckersberg Medal . Their exploratory and experimental approach to video has given them pioneering status in the Danish art scene.

The artists’ work ranges from modest single screens to large-scale film productions, studio recordings and documentary explorations presented in immersive installations. Nielsen and Johnsen have been collaborating since 1993 and have exhibited frequently in Denmark and abroad, as well as attending film festivals around the world. They portrayed the world we live in with visual poetry, humor, and a persistent commitment to feminist political issues. In 2021, they received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Danish Arts Council.


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'Touch Happiness': The Allure of Social Media and the Cost of Staying Online
‘Touch Happiness’: The Allure of Social Media and the Cost of Staying Online

Touch for Luck is an interactive digital work that mirrors the mechanics of social media platforms designed to connect us to the screen through a game. By simply touching their phones, players navigate a fish in a virtual pond, interacting with other fish that are similarly guided by users around the world. The entire communal, dormitory pond appears every night on the façade of the M+, a vast LED screen in the museum building overlooking Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour.

Created by Amsterdam-based media and design studio Moniker, Touch for Luck explores the perks of social media and the physical and mental costs of staying online all the time. The aim of the game is to get talismans by touching the phone screen and never letting go. “Disconnection itself has become an elitist privilege,” say Luna Maurer and Roel Wouters of Moniker. The longer players stay connected to their phones, the more charm their water avatars get. As the game progresses, a simple green fish becomes a sparkling focus of online attention.

Combining players’ personal devices with one of the world’s largest screens, Touch for Luck offers a mesmerizing experience and explores the absurdity and pitfalls of touch-driven online interactions.


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Terminator 2: Call of Duty Players will receive additional rewards soon
Terminator 2: Call of Duty Players will receive additional rewards soon

Last month, it was revealed that Call of Duty players who purchased both the skins and tag packs for the T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and T-1000 (Robert Patrick) in Warzone and Vanguard will receive additional rewards in the form of Objective Captured LMG Weapon Blueprint and Skull Endoskeleton Talisman. If you’re a Terminator fan who bought both of these skin packs; so you should get your reward soon.

Call of Duty developer Raven Software stated on social media that:


📢 Players who have purchased both Terminator bundles will start receiving additional rewards from the beginning of September.

These rewards include the “Goal Accomplished” weapon blueprint and the “Skull Endoskeleton” charm.

– Raven software


For some players, these will start appearing sooner, but if you haven’t already – you should do so soon, so don’t panic if your friends get their rewards before you do.

Final thoughts on the Terminator 2 x Call of Duty event:

Although Call of Duty’s Terminator 2 event was better received than Fortnite skins; While CoD’s use of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s likeness was a big surprise to his fans, the fact remains that Terminator came too late to Call of Duty (just before the release of Call of Duty® | Modern Warfare II) and it was widely reported that Terminator skins and other content Call of Duty will not be carried over to Warzone 2, which will be released in a few weeks – *supposedly October 2022.

Let’s be honest, despite assurances from Activision and developers that support for Warzone will continue separately, the situation is far from ideal and has unfortunately contributed to the fact that many fans do not want to buy these skins.


Cem Sonel: Binary
Cem Sonel: Binary

Presented by Anna Laudel Düsseldorf Cem Sonel individual exhibition Binary until July 1, 2023

Combining different materials for his digital series works, a solo exhibition by multidisciplinary artist Cem Sonel Binary is on display at Anna Laudel Düsseldorf.

The name of the exhibition refers to the binary coding system and revolves around concepts that derive their expressive power from simplicity. Using computer codes and LED panels, Sonel explores new production techniques at the intersection of new media and street art. In addition, the artwork in this extensive selection is made from recycled materials such as digital screens, MDF, LED panels and plexiglass panels that are considered waste or have lost their function.

Binary is a continuation of the exhibition One and zero make two, previously shown at Anna Laudel in Istanbul in 2022. Since then, Sonel successfully transfers partisan traffic with its unique interpretation, which is one of the few examples in the world. Like a graffiti artist leaving his signature on a wall with spray paint, Sonel enriches the spirit of the street with his digital art, dropping guerrilla programmed computer codes onto LED boards placed in the streets.

Sonel’s exhibition explores the concepts of existence and non-existence as thesis and antithesis that can be transformed into each other. Sonel shows that the language of digital communication can also be translated into a form of creative expression through unique combinations of zeros and ones.

By establishing a modern connection between technology, existence and meaning, Sonel seeks to analytically challenge the parallels between nothingness, existence and non-existence. A reinterpretation of the system of values ​​underlying everyday life from a philosophical point of view, a solo exhibition by Cem Sonel Binary on view at Anna Laudel Düsseldorf until July 1, 2023.

Cem Sonel

Born in Ankara in 1985, Sonel graduated with an honorary doctorate from Hacettepe University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Graphic Design Department. In 2009, he managed to revive his childhood interest in street art by co-founding a street art collective (KÜF Project). In 2014, he was admitted to the Master’s program in Sculpture at the Institute of Fine Arts of the University of Hacettepe. He organized street art workshops, directed sessions and participated in collective exhibitions. Moving his workshop to Izmir-Darağaç in 2017, he continued to work both individually and with a neighborhood art collective. Since 2020, he has been making his art and design productions in his workshop in Ankara.


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Target is adding Terminator 2: Call of Duty Warzone's Judgment Day t-shirts to its online store
Target is adding Terminator 2: Call of Duty Warzone’s Judgment Day t-shirts to its online store

Objective added exclusive, officially licensed T2 memorial projects Terminator 2: Judgment Day intersection with Call of Duty War Zone.

Here are the available Tee 2 designs you can pre-order now:

Call Of Duty Warzone X Terminator 2 Model T-1000 black men’s long sleeve T-shirt

“Represent your favorite shapeshifting android slayer by wearing this men’s black long sleeve t-shirt! The T-1000’s large, crisp image has been professionally printed and applied, so it’ll last long enough to take you through whatever adventure of a lifetime you throw your way. Made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton, this black outfit for Call of Duty: Warzone X Terminator 2 fans features long sleeves for comfort and style in colder weather. It is machine washable with similar colors and then tumble dry for easy care. As an officially licensed product, the Model T-1000 T-shirt is a great gift for any Terminator 2 fan!”

Call Of Duty Warzone X Terminator 2 Stay Frosty Men’s Black Long Sleeve T-Shirt

“Have fun and stay frosty with this men’s black graphic t-shirt! A large, bold photo of a frozen T-1000 has been professionally printed and imprinted so it will last long enough to take you through whatever life adventure comes your way. Made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton, this black outfit for Call of Duty: Warzone X Terminator 2 fans features long sleeves for comfort and style in colder weather. It is machine washable with similar colors and then tumble dry for easy care. An officially licensed product, the “Stay Frosty” t-shirt is a great gift for any COD and Terminator 2 fan!”

Black Men’s Call Of Duty Warzone X Terminator 2 I’ll Be Back Graphic T-Shirt

“Represent your favorite autonomous cyborg in this men’s black graphic t-shirt! The large, bold image of the red-eyed Terminator has been professionally printed and applied so it will last long enough to take you through any adventure of a lifetime you put in your way. Made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton, this black outfit for Call of Duty: Warzone X Terminator 2 fans features short sleeves for all-weather comfort and style. It is machine washable with similar colors and then tumble dry for easy care. An officially licensed product, the “I’ll Be Back” t-shirt is a great gift for any Terminator fan!”

Call Of Duty Warzone X Terminator 2 Stay Frosty Men’s Black T-Shirt

“Have fun and stay frosty with this men’s black graphic t-shirt! A large, bold photo of a frozen T-1000 has been professionally printed and imprinted so it will last long enough to take you through whatever life adventure comes your way. Made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton, this black outfit for Call of Duty: Warzone X Terminator 2 fans features short sleeves for all-weather comfort and style. It is machine washable with similar colors and then tumble dry for easy care. An officially licensed product, the “Stay Frosty” t-shirt is a great gift for any COD and Terminator 2 fan!”

Call Of Duty Warzone X Terminator 2 “Hasta La Vista, Baby” Men’s Black T-Shirt.

“Terminator fans are sure to love this men’s black graphic t-shirt! The large, bold image has been professionally printed and applied so it will last long enough to go through whatever adventure of a lifetime you put in your way. Made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton, this black outfit for Call of Duty: Warzone X Terminator fans features short sleeves for all-weather comfort and style. It is machine washable with similar colors and then tumble dry for easy care. As an officially licensed product, the “Hasta La Vista, Baby” t-shirt is a great gift for any COD and Terminator fan!”

Call Of Duty Warzone X Terminator 2 Men’s Black Long Sleeve “Come With Me If You Want To Win” T-Shirt

“Represent your favorite autonomous cyborg in this men’s black graphic t-shirt! The large, bold image of the red-eyed Terminator has been professionally printed and applied so it will last long enough to take you through any adventure of a lifetime you put in your way. Made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton, this black outfit for Call of Duty: Warzone X Terminator 2 fans features long sleeves for comfort and style in colder weather. It is machine washable with similar colors and then tumble dry for easy care. An officially licensed product, the “I’ll Be Back” t-shirt is a great gift for any Terminator fan!”

Call Of Duty Warzone X Terminator 2 Model T-1000 black men’s t-shirt

“Represent your favorite shapeshifting android slayer in this men’s black graphic t-shirt! The T-1000’s large, crisp image has been professionally printed and applied, so it’ll last long enough to take you through whatever adventure of a lifetime you throw your way. Made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton, this black outfit for Call of Duty: Warzone X Terminator 2 fans features short sleeves for all-weather comfort and style. It is machine washable with similar colors and then tumble dry for easy care. As an officially licensed product, the Model T-1000 T-shirt is a great gift for any Terminator 2 fan!”

Black Men’s Call Of Duty Warzone X Terminator 2 Graphic T-Shirt

Black Men's Call Of Duty Warzone X Terminator 2 Graphic T-Shirt

Your favorite action movie meets your favorite video game on this men’s black t-shirt! The large, bold War Zone and Terminator images have been expertly printed and applied so they will last long enough to go through whatever adventure of a lifetime you put in your way. Made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton, this black outfit for Call of Duty: Warzone X Terminator 2 fans features short sleeves for all-weather comfort and style. It can be machine washed with similar colors and then tumble dried for easy care. As an officially licensed product, the Warzone, Terminator 2 T-shirt is a great gift for any fan!”

Call Of Duty Warzone X Terminator 2 men’s black sweatshirt

Call Of Duty Warzone X Terminator 2 Men's Black Hoodie

“Brave on the battlefield in this Call of Duty Warzone x Terminator 2 Hoodie. The hoodie depicts a robot walking towards a red circle, while the red and gray letters below represent each title in the crossover. The sweatshirt is black with an adjustable hood and a large kangaroo pocket. Fans of the Terminator movie and Call of Duty video games will love this comfy hoodie.”

What’s your favorite project? Leave a comment to let us know.


Open systems 1_Open worlds
Open systems 1_Open worlds

Opening of the Singapore Art Museum (SAM). Open systems (OS), his first dedicated initiative exploring technology and virtual spaces as venues for exhibitions and artistic production, focused on exploring the impact of contemporary digital culture on creative expression. operating system presents online exhibitions, interventions and virtual programs where their places of production – video games, creative code, browser – serve as a place of both artistic expression and inquiry.

WITH May 4 to August 10, 2023viewers are asked to reimagine the metaverse Open systems 1_Open worlds (OS1) it opensystems.pl, a browser-based art experience that explores the dynamics between the real and virtual worlds. Bringing together artists and thinkers who imagine scenarios that challenge the logic of enclosure, privatization and artificial scarcity imposed on virtual realms, OS1 maps the inequalities that shift between the realm of life and the digital, assuming that video games, game engines, and virtual environments can function as sites for trying alternative and novel ways of social, political, and spatial organization.

Works presented in six thematic chapters every two weeks OS1 they try to reformulate virtual spaces as places to practice alternative modes of organization in society, from the common reality of global financial systems and large cities to the multiplicity of personal interactions and individual expression. As the boundaries between real and virtual space continue to blur – worlds are opening up one more time – interventions in virtual reality are increasingly taking their toll on our physical reality, for better and for worse. OS1 it opens up opportunities to reimagine our shared spaces, to explore a world that is no longer a niche pastime.

OS1.1_Virtual capital

Alice Bucknell, Lawrence Lek and Bahar Noorizadeh, Rudá Babau & Waste Paper Opera (Klara Kofen, James Oldham, Gary Zhexi Zhang, Anna Palmer)

Through satirical stories and sci-fi narratives, Virtual capital shows how virtual cultures simultaneously reflect and respond to the tangible impact of real, lived experiences.

OS1.2_WoW unite!

Cat Bluemke, Joshua Citarella and Jacob Hurwitz-Goodman, and Mario Mu

Discovering video games as unexpected places for joint activities and organization, WoW unite! considers issues of labor rights, exploitation and organizational conditions in the video game industry.

OS1.3_Landscapes of political imagination

Zheng Mahler, Shabtai Pinchevsky and Firas Shehadeh

Through the concept of a nation-state constructed by both physical environments and the collective imagination, viewers are asked to re-evaluate their understanding of video games in Landscapes of the political imaginary and the underlying assumptions built into their virtual landscapes.

OS1.4_Unrealpolitik

Yeyoon Avis Ann and George Chua, Grayson Earle and Clemens von Wedemeyer

Focusing on the pervasive nature of violence in video games, Unreal politics reveals social tensions and assumes the neutrality of ideologies embedded in gaming software, while emphasizing the potential for intervention and political resistance in gamified environments.

OS1.5_Dematerialized zones

Anthony Chapon, Hayoun Kwon and Total Denial

Breaking stereotypical perceptions of violence often associated with video games by extending conflict sites as liminal spaces, Dematerialized zones illustrates how virtual spaces can serve as places of healing.

OS1.6_Intimate Encounters

Kara Gut, Sara Sadik and Xafier Yap

Intimate encounters reflects on the concept of cultivating one’s own identity and intimacy in virtual spaces, referring to the aesthetics of the old school, comparing character development in role-playing games to the processes of constructing personal identity.

A series of accompanying programs with the participation of artists and collaborators entitled Operating system broadcasts will be hosted on the popular live streaming platform, Twitch, and streams of past shows can also be found on Open systems platform.


http://opensystems.sg/

Coding da Vinci Kick-Off, hackathon for open cultural data
Coding da Vinci Kick-Off, hackathon for open cultural data

Coding da Vinci, a cultural hackathon, combines the worlds of culture and technology. In 2022, Coding da Vinci will come to Baden-Württemberg and will once again show the surprising possibilities of open cultural data.

Do you have skills in software development, graphics applications or design, are you a hacker, are you an artist, make games, work in media or are you just interested in culture and want to develop new ideas with like-minded people? If so, Coding da Vinci Baden-Württemberg 2022 gives you the opportunity to connect with cultural institutions in your region to design a new approach to our digital cultural heritage: via apps, websites, VR/AR implementations, interactive installations, data visualization or whatever else comes to mind.

How does the da Vinci Coding work?

Launch event

During the inaugural event on 7 and 8 May 2022 at ZKM Karlsruhe and online, representatives of cultural institutions will present their datasets, explain their origin and technical details, and answer your questions. Then the stage is set for your project ideas: present your ideas and form teams with other participants. For the rest of the weekend, you’ll be working on project ideas in your teams and together with representatives of cultural institutions, plotting and hacking together!

Sprint period and project development

Once you start, you have seven weeks to develop your projects. The organization of coordination and meetings in your teams is up to you. During this time, Coding da Vinci offers the opportunity to participate in meetings between teams, information sessions with experts in various fields and the exchange of ideas.

Award Ceremony

The award ceremony will take place on June 24, 2022 at the Dürnitz Kulturlounge of the Landesmuseum Württemberg in Stuttgart. The teams will present their projects in front of the jury and the audience, and the best projects in each category will be awarded.


https://zkm.de

https://codingdavinci.de/

Robert Patrick wanted Nine Inch Nails to replace Guns N’ Roses in the Terminator 2 soundtrack

Guns and Roses and their songYou could be mine‘ are closely related to Terminator 2: Judgment Daynot only because of its use in the film, but also the fact that it featured in the official music video Arnold Schwarzenegger as T-800. The music video contained clips from the film, and Arnold even joined the band to record footage created especially for the music video.
It seemed like a perfect match – though it seems so Robert Patrykwho played the shapeshifter T-1000had other ideas…

Patrick wanted james cameron consider another option, with the song “Head like a hole” By Nine inch nails….

“When I was shooting Terminator 2, I was rehearsing for Nine Inch Nails’ Head Like a Hole because my younger brother, Richard Patrick, was their touring guitarist. I took it to Jim Cameron and tried to get him to use it on the Terminator 2 soundtrack, but he said, “No. Arnold prefers Guns N’ Roses”, who went on to cover You Could Be Mine, the original theme song for Terminator 2. It’s ironic because Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor has now won several Oscars for his soundtracks. I also sing on the Last Rampage soundtrack, which was written by my brother, in a song called Oh Lord. I recorded it live with Alejandro Escovedo at the Moody Theater in Austin, Texas.

Robert Patrick said Guardian

Robert Patrick T-1000 Behind the scenes of Terminator 2

“Head Like A Hole” makes sense, especially regarding the T-1000 character, but apparently Arnold Schwarzenegger had the last word on the matter.

(embed)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ao-Sahfy7Hg(/embed)

However, Robert Patrick may have promoted his brother’s band by wearing Nine Inch Nails (NIN) pins and t-shirts for promotional photos of Terminator 2: Judgment Day and “making of” featurettes.

Robert Patrick T-1000 wearing a Nine Inch Nails pin.
Robert Patrick wearing a Nine Inch Nails pin while filming for T2
Terminator 2 Robert Patrick T-1000 Nine Inch Nails Badge and T-shirt

Some Terminator fans also know that the trailer for McG’s Terminator Salvation featured NIN’s song “The Day The World Went Away”. So in the end, the T-1000 achieved its Nine Inch Nails goal.

(embed)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dayIedrLq_U(/embed)

Don’t forget to check out Robert Patrick in Last Rampage. recommended.

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Anna Laudel's intriguing work at VOLTA
Anna Laudel’s intriguing work at VOLTA

Anna Laudel is pleased to announce her fourth participation in VOLTA New York, from 17 to 21 May 2023. Anna Laudel’s participation in the fair will include a special selection of artists’ works Anke Eilergerhard, Mathias Hornung, AND Ardan Ozmenoglu.

Known for supporting ambitious international galleries, TIME returns with the 2023 edition to showcase it 50 international galleries on Metropolitan Pavilion. The art fair aims to showcase artists and galleries that reflect the changing world and invite visitors to explore new perspectives. In accordance with the theme of the fair, Anna Laudel’s collection includes works of contemporary art that have never been presented before.

Berlin artist Anke Eilergerhard is known for its colorful and unique silicone sculptures. For VOLTA, the artist created a wall bas-relief titled “KRAFTWERK / POWER PLANT”. It consists of approximately 10,000 identical “cream hoods” made of silicone. The strict symmetry of the star shape and the bright color composition give the work a sense of internal energy.

In his work, Maciej Horning explores the concepts of poetry, anarchy and time. His hand-carved wooden blocks and paper prints made from these blocks reflect the artists’ approach to tradition, innovation and technology.

In all his works, Hornung juxtaposes space and surface, color and material, figure and ground, form and play, seriality and uniqueness. Paradox and discrepancy are two concepts dominant in Hornung’s work, be it the use of space and surface, color and material, figurative shapes or repetitive patterns. He breaks regular, seemingly perfect schemes with “imperfections” and finds unexpected ways to interfere with the apparent seriality of his works, reflecting his own view of life and the social concept of time.

Ardan Ozmenoglu has gained worldwide recognition for the works she creates using sticky notes as canvases. She started using sticky notes as her primary medium in 2005 and has been using this format ever since as a commentary on Turkish history and people’s daily lives in Istanbul. Her explorations concern both contemporary society as a whole and the perception of contemporary urban women. Characteristically humorous, but also argumentative and critical in nature, her work clearly reflects a sense of belonging to Turkish identity and culture, and the artist’s curiosity and quest to break with tradition and find new identities within what has been established and dominated by historical imagery and culture. turkey. Using popular phrases or images commonly known in Turkish society, her works touch on pop culture concepts in some cases, however as an artist she has created her own recognizable style, focusing and limiting herself to specific materials such as post-it notes.


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Rice Architecture: An engaging series of conversations about pluralism
Rice Architecture: An engaging series of conversations about pluralism

This spring term, Rice Architecture continues its annual lecture series with many talks, discussions, book launches, civic forums, and other forms of public engagement. In this year’s theme, Engaging Pluralism, we explore how architects and designers can work with friction, contradiction, and multiplicity to drive broader social, cultural, and environmental change. It is a school-wide platform to reflect on the opportunities and challenges of designing for a pluralistic society.

Rice Design Alliance Spotlight Award

Lap Chi Kwong and Alison Von Glinow
Kwong von Glinow
January 17, 2023, at

Wayne Yang
University of California San Diego
January 25, 2023, 17:30

Houston Design Research Grants

Brittany Utting, rice architecture; Daniel Jacobs, University of Houston; and Rae Atkinson, Rice Architecture
January 30, 2023, 17:30

Sara Zewde

Studio Zewde / Harvard Graduate School of Design
February 22, 2023, 17:30

Premiere of the faculty book, The future of the architectural exhibition

Edited by Michael Kubo
February 24, 2023, at

Symposium: over fifteen years

Six take over apartments after the neoliberal breakthrough. Presenters: Emanuel Christ, Christ and Gantenbein; Sophie Delhay, Sophie Delhay Architecte; Simon Hartmann, HHF Architects; Christian Mueller Inderbitzin, Edelaar Mosayebi Inderbitzin Architects; Eric Lapierre, Experience; Oliver Lütjens, Lütjens Padmanabhan Architects; and Christian Mueller Inderbitzin, EMI Architects, Zurich. Organized by Reto Geiser, Rice Architecture, in collaboration with the Swiss Consulate General in Atlanta.
March 2 and 3, 2023, at 13.00-18.00

Society Panel: United Architecture Workers – Online

Andrew Daley, International Association of Aerospace Mechanics and Workers
March 9, 2023, 12:00

Anti-Racist Collective Panel: Architecture and Reproductive Justice – Online

Lori Brown / ArchiteXX; Lindsay Harkema, Women in Progress, Women in Practice; Malkit Shoshan, Foundation for the Achievement of a Unified Territory
March 20, 2023, 17:30

Rice Design Alliance Spring Civic Forum — Panel Discussion

Moderated by Troy Schaum, Rice Architecture
March 27, 2023, at

Lyndon Neri

Neri & Hu
Lewellyn Davis-Sahni Innovative Practice Lecture
March 29, 2023, 17:30

Marina Tabassum

Marina Tabassum Architects
April 5, 2023, 17:30

NOMAS panel + exhibition: African architecture – online

Eloisa Ramos and Moreno Castellano, Ramos Castellano Architects; Kabage Karanja and Stella Mutegi, Cave_office
April 24, 2023, at

Rice Architecture Dissertation Colloquium: Solid Sea

Program Lecture: Esra Akcan, Cornell University
April 28, 2023, 17:30

Colloquium sessions: Valeria Casali, Polytechnic University of Turin; Giovanna M. Bassi Cendra, Rice University; Frida Grahn, USI Mendrisio; Ana Ozaki, Cornell University; María Catalina Venegas Rabá, Bartlett School of Architecture; and Sarah Wheat of the University of Michigan. Organized by Reto Geiser, Rice Architecture.
April 29, 2023, at 9:30–17:00

Book presentation: Moritz Gleich,
Director of gta Verlag, ETH Zurich, Visiting Scholar Rice Architecture: Inhabited machines: the genealogy of an architectural concept (2023)
April 29, 2023, 5:00 p.m

All times are in Central European Time (CST). All lectures are free and open to the public and, unless otherwise stated. In the event Covid-19 circumstances prevent in-person lectures, the series will take place virtually via Zoom and/or YouTube. Each lecture was submitted for approval by the AIA CES. All dates are subject to change. For more information and access to livestream links, where available, please visit the site Here.


https://arch.rice.edu/