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Building: a Panel

October 17, 2014 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

$5

The word “building“ is inherently at once both the action of creating and the object of its creation. We begin with nothing, design by pushing and pulling, adding and subtracting, while amassing the elements to create the structure until we have an object that literally has to stand. This panel discussion explores the many sides of building.

Moderator: Robert Balder, Director of Planning & Urban Design at Gensler and Executive Director at Cornell University College of Architecture, Art and Planning in NYC

Participants: Yael Brotman, Adrienne Moumin, Andre Guimond and Evan Erlebacher (Present Architecture), John Steigerwald.

Yael Brotman is a print-based artist also engaged in drawing and sculpture. She lives in Toronto, Canada and teaches at the University of Toronto. Most recently her print sculptures were included in exhibitions at Art League Houston, Edinburgh Printmakers and Loop Gallery, Toronto. Her residencies include China, Australia and Scotland.

Evan Erlebacher has a degree in History from Cornell University and a Masters of Architecture from Columbia University. He worked for Zaha Hadid Architects in London for a number of years where he was involved in projects large and small, from furniture to concert halls and towers in Asia, the Middle East, America, and Europe. Evan has taught at Columbia University, and has led student workshops in the USA, UK and Europe.

Andre Guimond has a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University and a Master of Architecture from The University of Tokyo where he completed two years of research sponsored by the Japanese Ministry of Education and Science. In Tokyo he joined Toyo Ito and Associates, Architects, where he worked as a lead designer on a variety of architecture projects located in America, Europe and Asia. Andre also has years of experience working for architecture firms in New York City.

Adrienne Moumin is an artist based in New York and Silver Spring, Maryland. Moumin works in analog black and white photography, and handmade mixed media and photo collage. Recent exhibits include the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center; Brooklyn Collage Collective Episode 3; and The Last Brucennial. She has taught and consulted in a variety of photographic settings. Moumin holds a BA in Documentary Visual Studies and Society from SUNY Empire State College.

 

Details

Date:
October 17, 2014
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$5

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