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model: Mariña Otero

styling: Marina Pàmies

makeup&hair: Rosanna Nicholls

assisting: Cindy Spínola

 

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model: Mariña Otero

styling: Marina Pàmies

makeup&hair: Rosanna Nicholls

assisting: Cindy Spínola

model: Mariña Otero

styling: Marina Pàmies

makeup&hair: Rosanna Nicholls

assisting: Cindy Spínola

 

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model: Mariña Otero

styling: Marina Pàmies

makeup&hair: Rosanna Nicholls

assisting: Cindy Spínola

 

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“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro,

Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

Monday 28 April, 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

Monday 28 April, 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

Monday, 28 April 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

Monday, 28 April 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

Monday 28 April, 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

Monday 28 April, 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

Monday 28 April, 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

Monday, 28 April 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

Monday 28 April, 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

Monday, 28 April 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

Monday 28 April, 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

Monday 28 April, 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

Monday 28 April, 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

Monday 28 April, 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

Monday 28 April, 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

Monday, 28 April 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

Monday, 28 April 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

Monday, 28 April 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

Monday, 28 April 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

Monday, 28 April 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

Monday, 28 April 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

Monday, 28 April 2014

 

Ware Lounge, Avery Hall

 

A collective assembly of ideas for Studio-X

Brief presentations by global Studio-X Directors, GSAPP students and faculty, and outside scholars on their upcoming ideas and projects for the Studio-X global network.

 

With:

Mark Wigley, Dean, GSAPP

Nora Akawi, Studio-X Amman

Rachel Barnard, Young New Yorkers

Magu Bueno, São Paulo Lab

Ruben Caldwell, Studio Tack

Raul Correa-Smith, Studio-X Rio

Alejandro De Castro Mazarro, GSAPP

Tanya Gershon, GSAPP

Selva Gürdoğan, Studio-X Istanbul

Daisuke Hirose, Tokyo Lab

Li Hu, Studio-X Beijing/OPEN Architecture

Aaron Lennox Humphrey, Global Network Programming

Carolina Antonia Ihle, GSAPP

Jeffrey Johnson, China Megacities Lab/GSAPP

Keith Kaseman, GSAPP

Malwina E. Łyś-Dobradin, Global Network Programming

Mario Marchant, Santiago Research Cell

Pedro Rivera, Studio-X Rio

Javairia Shahid, GSAPP

William Brian Smith, Public - Supply

Carlos Solis, Studio-X NYC

Jim Stoddart, GSAPP

Dan Taeyoung, Troupe Operations

Rajeev Thakker, Studio-X Mumbai

Troy Therrien, GSAPP Cloud Communications

Gregers Tang Thomsen, Studio-X Istanbul

Marisa Yiu, POP-UP Studio-X Shenzhen/Hong Kong and ESKYIU

 

Entertainment: DJ Alex Pasternak

Host: Marina Otero, Global Network Programming

Emcee: Gregory Bugel, Global Network Programming

Refreshments provided by: Brownie’s Cafe

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

“Prison is a still point in a turning world.”

Nelson Mandela (1995)

 

What makes Guantánamo and its equivalents around the world distinct from other prisons? ‘Compressed: Guantánamos’ presents Guantánamo as a starting point to reflect on states of exception and the ambiguities when the rule of law is suspended.

 

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ and ‘Open Memory’

The ‘Guantánamo Public Memory Project’ displays the interactive effort of students from 11 different universities in the United States who examined both historical and contemporary aspects of Guantánamo. 13 core topics are investigated and presented for discussion. ‘Open Memory’ contains books on subjects perceived as taboo in the life of cities. With books on the themes of history, memory and space from New York, Rio de Janeiro, Mumbai, Beijing and Istanbul, the collection surfaces narratives usually excluded from conventional discourses.

 

‘Closed Book’

The exhibition is also accompanied by a publication: ‘Closed Book’ which presents a general overview of Turkey’s prisons. A draft copy of ‘Closed Book’ will be on display at Studio-X throughout the exhibition. You are invited to the ‘Closed Book’ corner to explore the kinds of questions Guantánamo seems to be asking of ourselves.

 

Contributors

Columbia Global Centers | Turkey

Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

Truth Justice Memory Center

Civil Society in the Penal System Association

 

Exhibition Design

Prototype Architects

 

Graphic Design

Didem Ateş Mendi - anonim grafik tasarım

 

With thanks to

Robbie Barnett, Daniella Diniz, Zehra Nur Eliaçık, Deniz İdil Erdemli, Gülcan Evrenos Erdener, Jeffrey Johnson, Wang Jue, Andrew Nathan, Studio-X Beijing, Studio-X Rio de Janeiro, Studio-X Mumbai, Julia Thomas, Marina Otero Verzier, Mark Wigley.

 

Poster photography by Bill Oleflach, ‘‘Protestors in front of the Capitol’’, June 24, 2012 during March Against Torture.

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