PRODUCING WASTE/PRODUCING SPACE
A series of programs on waste and the production of urban space. March 6-7, 2015 / Princeton University
The design of urban space has historically produced a considerable amount of waste, ranging from wastelands to the material detritus of consumption and urban development. The transport and disposal of waste has, in turn, produced important ideas and practices about the design and construction of space. Through a series of interrelated programs, Producing Waste/Producing Space seeks to locate points of intersection between the study of waste and strategies for waste in space. Producing Waste/Producing Space is organized by Mariana Mogilevich (Princeton-Mellon Initiative) and Curt Gambetta (PhD student, Princeton University School of Architecture).
Producing Waste/Producing Space
Symposium / Mar 7 / 9:30am-5pm
School of Architecture, Betts Auditorium
A day-long symposium bringing together scholars engaging in innovative research on the origins, meanings, and repercussions of waste landscapes in conversation with artists and architects conducting design research and interventions in spaces designated as waste or wasted.
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Exhibition / Feb 23-Mar 13
School of Architecture Gallery
An exhibition examining how society lives with its waste. Featured artists include:
Mary Ellen Carrol + Billy Dufala
Toby Lee, Ernst Karel, Pawel Wojtasik
Fictilis (Andrea Steves + Timothy Furstnau)
Danielle Aubert + Maia Asshaq
WALKING THE WASTE STREAM
Workshop / Mar 6 / 11:30am-3pm
An artist led workshop and tour of the Stony Brook Regional Sewage Treatment Facility with Lize Mogel and FICTILIS.
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