In diverse careers from professional practice in architecture, interior architecture, and design; to roles in public policy, education, and advocacy; to their own innovative studio practices, alumni of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects (AIADO) at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), are making their mark on a changing field.
A celebration of the first decade of graduates from the Department, AIADO at 10 is a series of programs and activities held throughout the Spring of 2018 featuring AIADO alumni.
Including exhibitions in the AIADO Gallery, a two-day symposium at the School, and alumni meet-ups at the School’s Design Show at the Block 37 center in May, and at student exhibitions in New York, Milan, and Venice, AIADO at 10 brings together alumni, students, and faculty to reflect on our past and to imagine, and enact, our future.
Steven Haulenbeek is a Chicago based industrial designer and artist. He received his bachelors in drawing and sculpture from Hope College in Holland, Michigan in 2002 and received his Masters degree in Designed Objects from SAIC in 2006. In 2010 he founded his independent design practice with the interest in experimental, material, and process based objects for the home.
February 17 - March 13 Jade Boudreaux (MArch 2016)
Jade Boudreaux is a Chicago-based architectural designer and futurist from the Acadiana region of South Louisiana. She completed her Bachelors of Science in Architecture at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2014 before graduating with a Master of Architecture from SAIC in 2016.
March 23 - April 27 Norman Teague (MFA 2016) and Jennifer Park
Norman Teague is a Chicago based designer and educator who focuses on projects and pedagogy that address the complexity of urbanism and the culture of communities.
Jennifer Park, principal and owner of Jurassic Studio, has over twelve years of professional experience in architecture, design and education spanning cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Mexico City.
Keynote Address: Tony Jones
Introduction by Anders Nereim
Friday, March 23
LeRoy Neiman Center
Ground Floor, 37 S Wabash Ave
The First Decade: AIADO Then and Now
Saturday, March 24th
LeRoy Neiman Center
Ground Floor, 37 S Wabash Ave
Jason Gillette (BFA 2012), Steven Haulenbeek (MFA 2006), Rebecca Midden (MArch IA 2010), Lisa Smith (MDDO 2008), Moderated by Jim TerMeer
AIADO alumni will be recognized at student and faculty exhibitions worldwide this spring
Whatnot2018 || April 17-22
Curators: Pete Oyler and Jim TerMeer
Spazio Rossana Orlandi
Via Matteo Bandello 14/16, Milano
Dingyue Cao (BFA 2018), Teagan Chatterley (MDDO 2018), Eunice Choi (BFA 2018), Sepide Ladani (MDDO 2018), Alan Hensel (BFA 2018), Min Jee (MDDO 2018), Ramón Jiménez Cárdenas (BFA 2018), Sun Kawazoe (BFA 2018), Kyuho Kim (MDDO 2018), Yejin Kim (BFA 2018), Zoe Liao (MDDO 2018), Chelsea Lombardo (BFA 2018), Darrell McKinney (MDDO 2018), Martha Poggioli (MDDO 2019), Liam Wilson (BFA 2018), Kendall Wrightson (MFA DESOB 2018)
Presented with West Supply
Sight Unseen Presents || May 15-22
Curators: Pete Oyler and Jonah Takagi
Canal Street Market,
265 Canal St, New York
Ana Maria Buitrago (BFA 2018), Yuting Chang (MFA 2019), Ben Paul Harle (MFA 2018), Ramón Jiménez Cárdenas (BFA 2018), Kazuki Anno Guzman (MFA 2019), Natalie Rachel Khelif (BFA 2019), Hun Seung Lee (BFA 2018), Pete Oyler, Nate Patrick Phillips (MDDO 2018), Travis Rukamp (MArch IA 2019), Jacob Samuel Schwartz (BFA 2018), Kevin Solis (BFA 2018), Jonah Takagi, Mingxuan Tan (BFA 2018), Xinda Wang (BFA 2018), Marco Wu (BFA 2019), Kai Ming Yang (MDDO 2019), Saebom Yang (MDDO 2019)
Presented with Sight Unseen and Canal Street Market
Designer Artist Citizen Site: Exploring Belonging || May 21 - June 3
Curators: Iker Gil and Ann Lui
Exhibition Coordinator: Heidi Metcalf (MArch 2019)
Cultural Flow Zone
Dorsoduro 1392, Venezia
Opening: Thursday May 24, 5pm
Adnan Faysal Altunbozar (MFA DESOB 2019), Tizzie Maria Baldenebro (MArch IA 2019), Cat Rose Bluemke (MFA 2018), Mary Nadia Do (BFA 2018), Andrea Hunt (MArch 2019), Ashley Margaret Hooker Jons (MArch IA 2019), Junxi Lu (BFA 2018), Lanye Luo (BFA 2018), Kathia Marie Muniz-Rios (MFA 2018), Axel Alexander Olson (BFA 2018), Alberto Ortega Trejo (MFA 2019), Meera Rampalli (MAAE 2019), Xavier Robles Armas (MFA 2019), Daniel Salamanca (MFA 2019), John Alexander Stevens (MAVS 2018), Kekeli Kodzo Sumah (MArch 2019), Vince Tong (MArch 2019), Karen Wang (BFA 2019), Raven Xu (BFA 2018), Tinglei Zhang (MArch 2019)
Dimensions of Citizenship || May 26 - Nov 25
Curators: Niall Atkinson, Ann Lui, and Mimi Zeiger
Associate Curator: Iker Gil
The U.S. Pavilion at La Biennale di Venezia
16th International Architecture Exhibition
Commissioned by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Chicago
Opening Events: 1-4pm Friday May 25
Amanda Williams + Andres L. Hernandez, in collaboration with Shani Crowe, Design Earth, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Estudio Teddy Cruz + Fonna Forman, Keller Easterling, SCAPE, Studio Gang
Transit Screening Lounge: Frances Bodomo, Mandana Moghaddam, David Rueter (MFA 2013) and Marissa Lee Benedict (MFA 2011), Mika Rottenberg, Liam Young
Funding provided by the United States Government: State Department, NEA
Commissioners: The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Chicago
Sponsors: Graham Foundation, HDR, Joyce Foundation, SOM, AIA, Bulley and Andrews, Columbia GSAPP, Expo Chicago, Elise Jaffe + Jeffrey Brown, Brian Lee
Media & Editorial Partner: e-flux Architecture
Media Sponsor: Architectural Record
U.S. Pavilion Partners: Ca’ Foscari, Mansueto Institute for Urban Innovation, UChicago Arts