mon29marAll Dayfri30aprVirtual EventBorder Wall - Landscape - Architectonics - Human Crisis: Virtual Exhibition at University of Colorado, DenverEXHIBITION (ONLINE)(All Day) University of Colorado, Denver, College of Architecture and PlanningEvent Type:Ongoing Exhibition,Exhibition Opening Reception,Virtual
March 29 – April 30 University of Colorado, Denver College of Architecture and Planning ONLINE (link coming soon) Virtual Lecture: Wednesday, March 17, 5 – 6
March 29 – April 30
University of Colorado, Denver
College of Architecture and Planning
ONLINE (link coming soon)
Virtual Lecture: Wednesday, March 17, 5 – 6 PM
This is a timely examination of what the physical barrier that divides the United States of America from the United Mexican States is and could be. The exhibit includes photographer Laurie Smith‘s large black & white photographic prints evocatively documenting the beauty and horror of the Wall alongside digital projections of Ronald Rael’s architectural renderings of sociocultural and ecological alternatives to notions of border wall. The online exhibit is accompanied by a virtual lecture on Wednesday, March 17, and it will be previewed/replayed on March 29.
Exhibition Curator: Annicia Streete is a visiting professor at the University of Colorado, Denver. Professor Streete is the faculty liaison for the NOMA student chapter. Special thanks to her students for assisting with this exhibit.
Laurie Smith, Denver artist, explores the complexities of culture through narrative photography.
Ron Rael is a Professor and the Eva Li Memorial Chair of the Architecture and Director of the Masters of Architecture program with a joint appointment in the Department of Architecture, in the College of Environmental Design, and the Department of Art Practice at the University of California, Berkley. He is also the author of Borderwall as Architecture: A manifesto for the U.S. – Mexico Boundary.
Image: Both Sides of the Wall © Laurie Smith Photography
March 29 (Monday) - April 30 (Friday)
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