A rapid-fire presentation of projects oriented to public space and representing a range of research and radical practices, primarily happening here in the Twin Cities. Subjects will range from Occupy Wall Street, to ways that the architecture of an apartment speaks to feminism.
This lecture will be webcast live and archived on the Walker Channel.
Ross Determan and Elisa Berry
Students representing University of Minnesota’s Sacred Spaces, Contested Terrain
Professor of Anthropology, University of Minnesota
Wing Young Huie
Photographer and director of The Third Place Wing Young Huie Photography Gallery
Artist, Portland, Oregon
The American Society for Personally Questioning Political Questions
Professor of Landscape Architecture, University of Minnesota
Designs on the Public the Private Lives of New York’s Public Spaces
Director, Brooklyn Experimental Media Center (BxmC) and the Integrated Digital Media programs of NYU’s Polytechnic Institute
AOV3 Artist, Minneapolis