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Bodies in Movement: Reception and Gallery Remarks

Wednesday, October 16, 2019, 6 - 8pm

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Montpellier: Paul Kozlowski Photographe Architecture
Montpellier: Paul Kozlowski Photographe Architecture

Bodies in Movement: Reception and Gallery Remarks

Third Floor Hallway Gallery

Please join The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture for a reception to celebrate the work of the students in Julian Palacio’s Structures I Spring 2019 class. The event will include remarks by Professor Palacio and his students, who will share thoughts on their process and discoveries in realizing IBEJI at the dieFirma Gallery in New York and Manifold / Corps et Cadre, an installation for the 14th Festival des Architectures Vives (FAV) in Montpellier, France.  

Open to students, faculty and staff.

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