Exhibitions

Mar 31, 2014 to May 16, 2014
Linear Gallery

This exhibit crafts an interdependence between computing and drawing in an effort to question the role of the singular "author" within contemporary design culture. With apparatuses and algorithms designed specifically for the Linear Gallery site, visitors participate in multiple "slowly computed" and "slowly made" drawings that occur over the course of the exhibit.

This exhibition seeks to make visible the relationship between the body, clothing, and architecture. Textiles wrap the physical body; Tectonic skins enclose the architectural body.

 

Sep 16, 2013 to Oct 7, 2013
Kibel Gallery

Hamburg is the scene of two of Europe’s major urban development projects: HafenCity and International Building Exhibition (IBA). This project presents examples of planning, strategies and projects within the city of Hamburg as a way to initiate an international dialogue about solutions for the future.

 

Sep 10, 2013 to Oct 9, 2013
Mezzanine

Thanks to Roland Krebs, Urban Planning Consultant for the Emerging and Sustainable Cities Initiative (ESCI) at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, D.C., there is a new exhibition on display on the Mezzanine level above the Great Space.

Jan 25, 2013 to Mar 10, 2013
Kibel Gallery

What is the role of public art in the creation of meaningful places? What impact does a public art master plan have on community and development? Through film, pictures and art, Reston: The Art of Community depicts a planned community’s history as one of the nation’s foremost places for public art, and their on-going dedication to art for everyone.

 

Jan 24, 2013 to May 11, 2013
Kibel Gallery

Casual Computing, a selection of new and existing works by Evan Roth (B.S. Arch '00) "Level Cleared" by Evan Rothhighlights a changing and empowering approach towards technology as it becomes more commonplace. With pieces including prints, sculptures, videos and websites, the work is defined less by medium and genre than by its appropriation of popular culture.