Pretty stoked that “Columbus/Columbus,”my review of the movie and the design festival (neither of which has anything to do with Ohio) is up now at the Avery Review.
The OfficeUS Manual will be released at Storefront on December 5th.
Pleased to have contributed to an awesome collection of weirdo tidbits and interesting provocations.
Very excited to be named the 2017-18 Howard E. LeFevre Fellow at the Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University. I’ll be working on a project about humor and exhibiting in the Banvard Gallery starting in April!
Un/Fair Use opens at UC Berkeley
Very excited to see Un/Fair Use spurring discussions about copying in architecture in Wired.
Un/Fair Use at the Center for Architecture opened.
The “Repetition” issue of MAS Context where Rorschach was featured is one of the winners of the 2014 50 Books | 50 Covers competition organized by Design Observer in association with AIGA and Designers & Books.
Great install images from Chicago coming soon!
Sarah is wrapping up three weeks of research (and filmed interviews) in:
Madison, Washington, Stamford, Princeton, and New York. Phew!
Couldn’t have done it without Ian McAlpin, as usual:
Project_Rorschach is featured in Issue 21 / Spring 2014 of MAS Context “Repetition.”
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Sarah has received the Anderson Award, a grant from MIT’s School of Architecture and Planning to fund a new phase of research into architectural copyright.
I’m a gif! (Click on the picture)
Now I can spend eternity flicking leaves out of the sails in Wireframe!
Thanks to Ian McAlpin.
Installation is nearly complete on Wireframe in East Haddam, CT.
After some rain and material delays, the piece should open on time at the Environmental Art Biennial 9/22/13.