Architects, artists and leading philosophers including Graham Harman, Timothy Morton, Jacques Rancière and Elaine Scarry will discuss the role of aesthetics in architecture in the 21st century, at the Aesthetic Activism symposium at the Yale School of Architecture. . . .
symposium: “Aesthetic Activism.”
Friday, 10/13–Sunday, 10/15
Hastings Hall / Paul Rudolph Hall
Yale School of Architecture
180 York Street
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
If you would like to attend any of these discussions or talks you will need to register [HERE]. Other participants include Keller Easterling, Catherine Ingraham, Ferda Kolatan, Tom Wiscombe, Diann Bauer, Michael Speaks, Nettrice Gaskins, Catherine Flood, Charles Ray, Pamela Rosencrantz, Gregory Crewdson, Hernan Diaz-Alonso, and David Ruy, to name a few. It’s free and open to all.