Wednesday, November 14, 2012

FIELD UIC faculty exhibition, opens Tonight

 There's an opening reception tonight, Wednesday, November 14th for FIELD . . .
The UIC School of Architecture is pleased to present FIELD, the first in a series of semiannual collaborative faculty exhibitions. This iteration cuts through the concept of “field” within architecture in two ways: one half of the show re-frames six recent faculty projects with the the term “field” in mind, and the second half presents a temporary installation on the School’s Bridge conceived, designed, and executed by this same group of faculty. The resulting strains of dialogue—at times subtle, at others overt—re-invigorate the term, and in doing so, make new claims on its productive architectural capacities.
Participants include Kelly Bair, David Brown, Stewart Hicks and Allison Newmeyer, Clare Lyster. Andrew Moddrell, and Xavier Vendrell.  The reception begins at 6:00 p.m. and the exhibition runs through December 14th in the Second Flood Ribbon Gallery, in the UIC Arts and Architecture Building, 845 West Harrison.  The school is also sponsoring lectures by Ciro Najle of General Design Bureau on Friday the 16th and An Te Liu of the University of Toronto, Monday, November 19.

1 comment:

Paul Kulon said...

nice! will attend!