“The purpose of this essay is to frame the inclusion of the piece ‘Bi-Polar,’ developed by students at Texas A&M University College of Architecture in 2011, as part of ‘Fresh Punches.’ . . . The problem of contemporary architecture can be posed in relation to certain anthropological concerns about the subject of representation, which is as much about itself as it is about the radical other. . . .”
*image by and courtesy Adrian CORTEZ, Aubrie DAMRON, Dale FENTON, Matt MILLER, & Emau VEGA, “Bi-Polar.” Texas A&M University College of Architecture. Gabriel ESQUIVEL, instructor. Photo: Emau VEGA.