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Variable Typologies: An Infrastructural Organism Urbanizing LA

16 April - 03 May
Organized by: New York Institute of Technology
Venue: Variable Typologies: An Infrastructural Organism Urbanizing LA, Exhibition of 5th year thesis studio led by Associate Professor Naomi Frangos
Center Gallery, Education Hall, New York Institute of Technology
Northern Boulevard P.O. Box 8000
Old Westbury, Long Island
11568-8000

Through the agency of mapping, this studio studies theories on urbanism and disparate urban situations in Los Angeles to challenge object-oriented ontology by exploring variable architectural typologies that could accommodate multiple sites, ecologies, topologies, and scales.

 

The exhibition features source material, photo gallery and project gallery slideshows, drawings, thesis books, and recast artifacts as enlarged models.