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  • Sarah WHITING.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Sarah Whiting possesses an indefatigable curiosity about how individuals constitute a public and, more specifically, through what forms (architecture and urbanism) that public manifests itself and is, in turn, formed. . . .

    lecture: Sarah WHITING, “Engaging Autonomy.”
    Wednesday, 11/06
    7.00 p.m. / W.M. Keck Lecture Hall
    SCI-Arc Campus
    960 East 3rd Street
    Los Angeles, California 90013

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  • Aaron BETSKY.
    cincinnati OHIO

    “Are we at the dawn of a new organic age? We are if you are to believe what you see on suckerPUNCH. Buildings bloom rather than rise, luxuriate and grow like rhizomes. . . .”

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  • Jorge AYALA, "Cabinet of Post-digital Curiosities." Image courtesy Jorge AYALA / [Ay]A Studio.
    paris FRANCE

    9th Archilab, “Naturaliser l’Architecture Exhibition.”
    FRAC Centre, Orléans FRANCE

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Jorge AYALA: The existential crisis happening in the last years offered new potentials of engaging with art, culture and technology. Within this context, Jorge Ayala’s Cabinet of Post-digital Curiosities offers different directions to today’s rapid prototyping society culture. As a critical position to the so-called parametricism, the installation reverses the sterile and monochrome of the “digital legacy,” toward a post-digital instance were computational operates as the outset, rather than the outcome.

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  • Log, ed. Cynthia DAVIDSON.
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    The tri-annual magazine Log, which focuses on “observations on architecture and the contemporary city,” was first launched ten years ago by the Anyone project in New York as a reaction to—and especially a resistance to—the seductive power of the image in media today.

    lecture: Cynthia DAVIDSON, “Image and Word: A Critical Context.”
    Wednesday, 10/16
    7.00 p.m. / W.M. Keck Lecture Hall
    SCI-Arc Campus
    960 East 3rd Street
    Los Angeles, California 90013

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  • Log 29: In Pursuit of Architecture.
    new york NEW YORK

    Given the social, economic, environmental, and even media demands on architecture today, how are architectural ideas sustained beyond conception to become buildings? In a special, tenth anniversary issue, Log 29: In Pursuit of Architecture presents ten outstanding architectural projects from the past decade—some well-known, others completely new—in a full-color portfolio format that illustrates the concepts and processes of each building. Selected from an open call for work built since 2003, these buildings illustrate a range of architectural ideas, and together open a conversation about the production and significance of architecture today. To situate the ten-project portfolio, Log 29 includes essays by four critics who reflect on recent and emerging themes in architecture and directions the discipline may develop.

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  • sylvia LAVIN
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Sylvia Lavin is a widely published critic and historian who received her Ph.D. from Columbia University. Her most recent book, Kissing Architecture, was published by Princeton University Press (2011). Quatremere de Quincy and the Invention of a Modern Language of Architecture (1992) and Form Follows Libido: Architecture and Richard Neutra in a Psychoanalytic Culture (2005) were published by MIT and The Flash in the Pan and Other Forms of Architectural Contemporaneity is forthcoming.

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    sylvia LAVIN, “Everything Loose Will Land”
    intro. by eric owen MOSS
    Wednesday, 11/14
    7.00 pm / W.M. Keck Lecture Hall
    SCI-Arc
    960 East 3rd Street
    Los Angeles, California 90013

  • paul GOLDBERGER
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Paul Goldberger, who The Huffington Post has called “the leading figure in architecture criticism,” is now a Contributing Editor at Vanity Fair. From 1997 through 2011 he served as the Architecture Critic for The New Yorker, where he wrote the magazine’s celebrated “Sky Line” column. Goldberger began his career at The New York Times, where in 1984 his architecture criticism was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Criticism, the highest award in journalism. He is the author of several books, most recently Why Architecture Matters. He is now at work on a full-length biography of the architect Frank Gehry.

    paul GOLDBERGER, “Criticism, Architecture and the Age of Twitter”
    intro. by eric owen MOSS
    Wednesday, 09/19
    7.00 pm / W.M. Keck Lecture Hall
    SCI-Arc
    960 East 3rd Street
    Los Angeles, California 90013