Gallery Remarks: Jacob Sebastian Bang and Anne Romme AR'05

Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 6:30 - 8pm

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Jacob Sebastian Bang and Anne Romme AR'05, Associate Professors at the Institute of Architecture and Culture, Royal Danish Academy
Tuesday, September 13, 6:30 pm
Third Floor Hallway Gallery
In conjunction with the exhibition At the Intersection of Ideas and Material Conditions, which highlights faculty work from the Institute of Architecture and Culture, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, faculty members Jacob Sebastian Bang and Anne Romme will conduct Gallery Remarks on the evening of Tuesday, September 13 at 6:30 pm.

Jacob Sebastian Bang is Associate Professor and the head of program at ‘Helhed og Del’ at the Royal Danish Academy, School of Architecture. He is a member of The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, member of the Society of Artists. His research interests are architecture and representation, and artistic methodology. He works within multiple media—painting, drawing, model-making and graphical techniques

Anne Romme AR'05 is Associate Professor at the Institute of Architecture and Culture and the head of the program at Finder Sted | Taking Place. She also runs an independent architecture practice invested in critical, experimental projects. Her work ranges from theoretical inquiries into the commons in architecture to digital fabrication and the design of a building system based on pure plate shell structures.

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