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  • Exhibition and Symposium (Possible Mediums)

    Possible Mediums.
    new york NEW YORK

    The Possible Mediums project is a series of events showcasing design investigations based in speculative architectural mediums.

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    We are pleased to announce and invite you to join the Possible Mediums symposium and accompanying exhibition at the Syracuse University Fisher Center in Manhattan. The events will situate the project in relation to the current state of the discipline, the theme of Syracuse’s Architecture’s Fall 2014 events organized by Dean Michael Speaks. The exhibition, opening on Friday, November 7th at 7pm, will feature text excerpts, drawings, and images from the latest phase of the Possible Mediums project: a forthcoming book. The symposium will take place on Saturday, November 8th from 11am-4pm. It will be comprised of presentations by the four project founders and discussion regarding the ambitions of the project with invited respondents Hilary Sample and Mark Linder.

    Please register HERE for the exhibition and HERE for the symposium. For more information about both events please visit our EVENT WEBSITE.

    The Possible Mediums exhibition will include work and texts from Ellie Abrons, Andrew Atwood, Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, Brennan Buck, Angela Co, Justin Diles, David Freeland, Claus Benjamin Freyinger, Adam Fure, Stewart Hicks, Andrew Holder, Thomas Kelley, Andrew Kovacs, Jimenez Lai, Michael Loverich, Alex Maymind, Kyle Miller, Anna Neimark, Allison Newmeyer, Carrie Norman, William O’Brien Jr., Bryony Roberts, Mike Szivos, James Michael Tate, Antonio Torres, and Michael Young.

    Thank you for your interest in this event and the Possible Mediums project! We hope to see you in New York next weekend.

    Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, Adam Fure, and Kyle Miller (Project Founders and Exhibition Curators)

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