B.A., 2007, University of Cambridge; M.Arch, 2012, Princeton University. Lectures: Post-Production, University at Buffalo (2015); Something Borrowed, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2015); Mis(Translations), Rhode Island School of Design (2015); Manifest Paratours, Princeton University (2015). Exhibitions: Echo Art Fair, Buffalo, NY (2016); Lisbon Architecture Triennale (2013); Political Domesticities, Storefront for Art and Architecture (2013). Publications: Raised by Association,Thresholds (2015); Signs From Above, Manifest (2015); Taking Liberties, Clog (2014); Archizines (Bedford Press, 2012); Pidgin Magazine; Abitare; Wired; Blueprint Magazine. Awards: Peter Reyner Banham Fellowship (University at Buffalo, 2015), Suzanne Kolarik Underwood Prize (Princeton University, 2012), Stanley J. Seeger Fellowship (Princeton University, 2010).
Ang Li is an architect and Visiting Artist in the department of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her recent work explores questions of appropriation and historical sampling in contemporary design culture through drawings, publications, and built installations. She is particularly interested in cross-disciplinary approaches to architectural production that focus on the material history and cultural agency of existing building practices. Ang has participated in exhibitions at the Echo Art Fair in Buffalo, New York, the Lisbon Architecture Triennale, and Storefront for Art and Architecture. Her writing and work has been published in Pidgin, Clog, Thresholds, Manifest, Abitare, Wired, and Blueprint. Before coming to the SAIC she was a Visiting Assistant Professor and Peter Reyner Banham Fellow at the University at Buffalo. She holds a BA in architecture from the University of Cambridge, and a M.Arch. from Princeton University, where she also served as an editor of Pidgin Magazine. Previously, she worked for number of architectural offices, including Adjaye Associates (New York), Marge Arkitekter (Stockholm) and Allies and Morrison Architects (London).
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