Drawing Codes | Gallery Roundtable

Tuesday, January 29, 2019, 6 - 8pm

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Detail: MILLIØNS (Zeina Koreitem & John May)

Detail: MILLIØNS (Zeina Koreitem & John May)

Gallery Roundtable with curators Andrew Kudless and Adam Marcus, Sean Anderson, Ashley Bigham, Erik Herrmann, Stephanie Lin, V. Mitch McEwen, and Michael Young.

Tuesday, January 29 – 6:00pm  I  Reception to Follow at 7:00pm

Curators Adam Marcus and Andrew Kudless will present a brief overview of the exhibition and broader Drawing Codes project, with responses by Michael Young of The Cooper Union, Sean Anderson, Ashley Bigham and Erik Herrmann of Outpost Office, Stephanie Lin, and V. Mitch McEwen.

Presented in conjunction with Drawing Codes | Experimental Protocols of Architectural Representation, Volume II

This exhibition, the second volume in a series organized by the CCA Digital Craft Lab, features experimental drawings by architects who explore the impact of new technologies on the relationship between code and drawing: how rules and constraints inform the ways we document, analyze, represent, and design the built environment.

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Tuesday – Friday 2-7pm
Saturday and Sunday 12-7pm

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