GSAPP Lecture Series | Spring 2010

Lectures from Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservations
Instructed by Columbia University

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  • Lectures 11
  • Video 21 Hours
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  • Languages English
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02.01.10 Today's speakers are Iannis Xenakis and Le Corbusier.
02.11.10 The Artists in Conversation are Michael Craig-Martin, Artist, Emeritus Professor of Fine Art, Goldsmiths College, University of London and Liam Gillick, Artist and Faculty, Columbia University School of the Arts/Bard College Centre for Curatorial Studies. This discussion was organized in collaboration with Columbia University School of the Arts.
02.08.10 Today's speakers are Janette Kim, Katherine Orff, Mathanraj Ratinam, Phillip Anzalone, Sarah Williams, and Toru Hasegawa. GSAPP's Lab Directors will discuss new directions in architectural research. Phil Anzalone, Fabrication Lab; Janette Kim and Kate Orff, Urban Landscape Lab; Toru Hasegawa, Cloud Lab; Sarah Williams, Spatial Information Lab. The discussion is moderated by Mathan Ratinam, Moving Image Lab and was organized by Mabel Wilson for the Advanced Architectural Research Program, GSAPP.
01.29.2010 Today's speakers are Eva-Lisa Pelkonen, Yale School of Architecture; Reinhold Martin, GSAPP/ Buell Center; Marc Tsurumaki, LTL Architects. The lecture is moderated by Julia Kauste, Director of the Finnish Cultural Institute / Director-elect of the Museum of Finnish Architecture, Graduate School of Architecture, Preservation and Planning.
02.03.10 Speakers include Emilio Tuñón and Luis Mansilla from Mansilla+Tun arquitectos, Madrid.
The panel members are Gerardo Sandoval, Zaida Muxi, Faranak Miraftab, Marcela Tovar, Mabel Wilson. This conference on transnational Latin American socio-cultural and spatial conditions across the globe and at different scales-from the gendered and racialized body to the national and transnational arenas. Some issues that are examined are gender, ethnorace, and image-making.
Today's issues examined are tourism, diaspora, and transnational planning. The speakers include Miriam Chion, James Freeman, Marisa Zapata, Milena Gomez Kopp, Thomas Trebat. The Conference on transnational Latin American focuses on socio-cultural and spatial conditions across the globe and at different scales-from the gendered and racialized body to the national and transnational arenas.
The issues examined in this lecture are place-making, heritage, and ideology. Panelists include Patricio Del Real, Hannia Gomez, Ingrid Olivo, Miguel J. Kanai, and Tom Angotti.
The panel discuesses immigrants and (dis)integration. Panelists include Herevera M Pallamin, Vladimir Bartalini, Erika Rossi, Rosa Cervera, and Jorge Otero-Pailos.
The panel examines Trans-Mexico 'Lindo Y Querido'. Panelists include Jones Moreno-Carranco, Macarena Gomez-Barris, Clara Irazbal, Mara Moreno-Carranco, and Mara Teresa Velesquez-Castillo.
The final panel discusses Why Should We Care? and the implications for politics, research, and pedagogies.

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