Exhibitions

WBYA? installation at the Art Institute of Chicago

Whether majestic skyscrapers, eye-catching museums, or sprawling residential complexes, buildings emerge from intricate, lengthy processes of design and construction that involve a host of different actors, from architects and engineers to clients and banks to contractors and construction workers. These

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WBYA? installation at the Art Institute of Chicago

Whether majestic skyscrapers, eye-catching museums, or sprawling residential complexes, buildings emerge from intricate, lengthy processes of design and construction that involve a host of different actors, from architects and engineers to clients and banks to contractors and construction workers. These

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Global Networks of Architectural Labor

In collaboration with Graph Commons, Who Builds Your Architecture? maps connections between building projects in four cities: Chicago, New York, Istanbul, and Doha. The database uses the design and construction of building facades to trace diverse relationships between architects, clients,

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Global Networks of Architectural Labor

In collaboration with Graph Commons, Who Builds Your Architecture? maps connections between building projects in four cities: Chicago, New York, Istanbul, and Doha. The database uses the design and construction of building facades to trace diverse relationships between architects, clients,

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WBYA? installation at the 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial

The Global Network Drawing by WBYA? maps the implications of global architecture projects through in-depth analyses of globalized workforces, in particular migrant construction labor. The ethics around migrant labor and iconic global architecture became a matter of public debate in 2011

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WBYA? installation at the 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial

The Global Network Drawing by WBYA? maps the implications of global architecture projects through in-depth analyses of globalized workforces, in particular migrant construction labor. The ethics around migrant labor and iconic global architecture became a matter of public debate in 2011

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