An error can be many things. In its most common display, however, it is something we are taught to avoid. It is often characterized by mannerisms that were once trends but are now condemned or qualified by a lack of command over formal logic, material tolerances, construction techniques, & space planning, to name but a few. 12 practitioners, theorists, & curators from the Midwest & East Coast will convene to examine the value of error, mistake-making, or wrongness, when architecture is at stake. The symposium is organized by UB Banham Fellow & UIC Visiting Asst. Professor Thomas Kelley.
“On Error,” w/ BAIR, FRANCH, KHAN, LAI, LALLY, LÓPEZ-PIÑEIRO, McMORROUGH, PREISSNER, & more
2.00–7.00 pm / Greatbatch Pavilion
Darwin Martin House
125 Jewett Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14214