Global South Asia Conference 2014

Mabel Wilson and Jordan Carver are participating in a round table presentation and discussion at the 2014 Global South Asia Conference at NYU. The panel, “Who Builds Your Happiness?: A Panel on Migration, Labor, and the Visual Arts,” is organized

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Global South Asia Conference 2014

Mabel Wilson and Jordan Carver are participating in a round table presentation and discussion at the 2014 Global South Asia Conference at NYU. The panel, “Who Builds Your Happiness?: A Panel on Migration, Labor, and the Visual Arts,” is organized

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WBYA? 2.0: Sustainability and Sustaining Human Life

To sustain means to support, uphold, and endure. The logics of sustainability focus on our collective roles as consumers and producers in order to maintain human life and preserve the environment that supports us. The green building movement, concerned with

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WBYA? 2.0: Sustainability and Sustaining Human Life

To sustain means to support, uphold, and endure. The logics of sustainability focus on our collective roles as consumers and producers in order to maintain human life and preserve the environment that supports us. The green building movement, concerned with

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WBYA? 1.5: Working Session

WBYA? Working Session at The Architectural League February 5th, 2013 New York, New York WBYA? 1.5 Participants: Pedro Fiori Arantes (Visiting architect, USINA, Center of Projects for the Built Environment, Brazil) Andrew Bernheimer (Assistant Professor and Director of M.Arch at Parsons’

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WBYA? 1.5: Working Session

WBYA? Working Session at The Architectural League February 5th, 2013 New York, New York WBYA? 1.5 Participants: Pedro Fiori Arantes (Visiting architect, USINA, Center of Projects for the Built Environment, Brazil) Andrew Bernheimer (Assistant Professor and Director of M.Arch at Parsons’

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WBYA? 1.0: Who Builds Your Architecture?

With architects building globally – often disconnected from their own cultural and political contexts – what is their responsibility toward the workers who construct their buildings? Frequently designed by star architects from far away, dazzling towers, university campuses, museums, and

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WBYA? 1.0: Who Builds Your Architecture?

With architects building globally – often disconnected from their own cultural and political contexts – what is their responsibility toward the workers who construct their buildings? Frequently designed by star architects from far away, dazzling towers, university campuses, museums, and

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