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Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Form, Debate – 2016-Ennials (Satellite) – at D. Maria II National Theatre, 11 Dec. 2016

 

© Pedro Sadio

 

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Form, Debate – 2016-Ennials (Satellite) – at D. Maria II National Theatre, 11 Dec. 2016

 

© Pedro Sadio

 

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Form, Debate – 2016-Ennials (Satellite) – at D. Maria II National Theatre, 11 Dec. 2016

 

© Pedro Sadio

 

Form, Debate – 2016-Ennials (Satellite) – at D. Maria II National Theatre, 11 Dec. 2016

 

© Pedro Sadio

 

Form, Debate – 2016-Ennials (Satellite) – at D. Maria II National Theatre, 11 Dec. 2016

 

© Pedro Sadio

 

Form, Debate – 2016-Ennials (Satellite) – at D. Maria II National Theatre, 11 Dec. 2016

 

© Pedro Sadio

 

Form, Debate – 2016-Ennials (Satellite) – at D. Maria II National Theatre, 11 Dec. 2016

 

© Pedro Sadio

 

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Curatorial team Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016. Clockwise from left: Ignacio G. Galán, Carlos Mínguez Carrasco, Lluís A. Casanovas Blanco, Marina Otero Verzier, Alejandra Navarrete Llopis.

Foto: OAT

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

From left: Carlos Mínguez Carrasco, Ignacio G. Galán, , Alejandra Navarrete Llopis, Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco and Marina Otero Verzier

 

Photocredit: Oslo Architecture Triennale / Istvan Virag

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Form, Debate – 2016-Ennials (Satellite) – at D. Maria II National Theatre, 11 Dec. 2016

 

© Pedro Sadio

 

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Form, Debate – 2016-Ennials (Satellite) – at D. Maria II National Theatre, 11 Dec. 2016

 

© Pedro Sadio

 

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Form, Debate – 2016-Ennials (Satellite) – at D. Maria II National Theatre, 11 Dec. 2016

 

© Pedro Sadio

 

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

Friday, November 13, 2015 1:00pm

Ware Lounge

 

Organized by Felicity Scott and Mark Wasiuta

 

With Sarah Herda, Director of the Graham Foundation and Artistic Director of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

and Marina Otero Verzier, Head of Research and Development, Het Nieuwe Instituut; Chief Curator, with After Belonging Agency, Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016

 

Following this year’s launch of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, and in anticipation of the next wave of biennials and triennials, this event features two prominent architectural curators who have been invited to discuss the conceptual agendas, curatorial strategies, selection processes, and realization challenges of their projects. In tandem with these details the conversation also will address more broadly the state of architecture biennials and triennials, their proliferation, their popularity, their discursive effects, as well as the tasks, opportunities and constraints of such large-scale curatorial enterprises.

 

Photography by Ranitri Weerasuriya

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