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NYIT SoAD at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice Biennale
NYIT School of Architecture and Design (SoAD) has been invited to participate in the 17th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale from May 22 to November 21, 2021. The exhibition is curated by Hashim Sarkis, Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and conceived around the relevant question “How will we live together?”.
Our faculty and student works—along with contributions from other researchers, architects and designers—are featured in the Italian Pavilion – Resilient Communities at the Tese delle Vergini in the Arsenale, sponsored and promoted by the Italian Ministry of Culture, General Direction for Contemporary Creativity, and curated by Alessandro Melis, the school’s new IDC Foundation Endowed Chair. The school’s faculty are also exhibiting at the Korean Pavilion – Future School, curated by Hae-Won Shin and commissioned by the Arts Council Korea.
MAY 28, 2021
12:30 – 1:30 P.M. (ET) / 6:30 – 7:30 P.M. (CET)
This year (2020-2021) has been a one in which environmental, health, economic, and social crises have become closely correlated, leading to the emergence of unforeseen global issues to be addressed with great urgency. This has reinforced the need for a more coordinated approach across scales and fields of knowledge, theories, and applied research that will generate integrated and performable strategies capable of not only responding and adapting to these transforming processes, but most importantly, anticipating them.
This event introduces and describes the participation of the NYIT School of Architecture and Design at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale 2021:
- Section “Architecture as Caregiver,” curated by Dean Maria Perbellini, includes the exhibition “Correlated Resiliencies” featuring SoAD student and faculty works; Arsenale, Italian Pavilion.
- Installation “AÈRIO,” designed by Marcella Del Signore, in the Section “Architecture as Caregiver;” Arsenale, Italian Pavilion.
- Exhibition “Correlated Crises” and a series of New York Tech’s virtual events under the creative direction of Dean Maria Perbellini, in the Virtual Italian Pavilion; Section curated by Tom Kovac and Alessandro Melis.
- Panel “Expanding Critical Computational Thinking,” curated by Marcella Del Signore and Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, at the European Cultural Centre, Palazzo Bembo, Venice.
- “Informed Interscalar Fluidity,” which includes an exhibition curated by Marcella Del Signore with Sergio Elizondo, and a site-specific installation curated by Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa; “Time-Space-Existence” at the European Cultural Centre, Palazzo Bembo, Venice.
- Exhibition of selected works from SoAD students and faculty, curated by Marcella del Signore and Giovanni Santamaria; Spazio Peccioli, Arsenale, Italian Pavilion.
- Panel “Design + Health, The Open City Paradigm,” curated by Prof. Christian Pongratz and Chris Lawer, UMIO; Spazio Peccioli, Arsenale, Italian Pavilion.
- Installation “CRISPR-Locus,” designed by Christian Pongratz and Maria Perbellini (PPA), with Dustin White; Giardino delle Vergini, Arsenale, Italian Pavilion (exterior).
- Exhibition “Future School,” curated by Hae-Won Shin, with the participation of Dong-Sei Kim; Giardini, Korean Pavilion.
- Introduction: Maria Perbellini, Dean, School of Architecture and Design, New York Tech.
- Discussion: Maria Perbellini interviews Alessandro Melis, Curator Italian Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2021
- Presentation: Video of selected work by students and faculty, NYIT School of Architecture and Design
- Closing Remarks: Pablo Lorenzo-Eiroa, Associate Professor and Coordinator Lecture+Event, NYIT School of Architecture and Design
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