/Dialogues: Dimensions of Citizenship

Saturday, September 29, 2:00 p.m.
Navy Pier
600 E Grand Ave
United States

Presented in partnership with CULTURED Magazine, and co-commissioners of the US Pavilion the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Chicago.

Keller Easterling (Architect and Writer, Professor | Yale University), Laura Kurgan (Associate Professor of Architecture, Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation, Columbia University), Robert Gerard Pietrusko (Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design). Moderated by Mimi Zeiger (Co-Curator, US Pavilion).

How do we visualize belonging? Tracing the responsibility of the architect and the artist to depict not only flows of data, but also manifestations of glitches or abstractions, this discussion will examine the role of representation as an agent to reveal truth. Moderated by Mimi Zeiger, Co-Curator of the US Pavilion, this panel will be hosted within the context of the exhibition at the Venice Biennale for Architecture, entitled Dimensions of Citizenship. 

The panel is followed by a book signing at 3pm.

This event is FREE for SAIC students, staff, and faculty. 

Find out more about /Dialogues and and other programs taking place the last weekend of September by visiting EXPO CHICAGO