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 03_2021 The Sequel of Jane
 01_2021 Gradient Papers
 12_2020 Recasting Gandhian Legacy
 12_2020 Modular unCommons
 12_2020 Duct Armour
 12_2020 Pleated
 08_2020 Brilliant Detroit
 04_2020 In[di]visible
 04_2020 andACTION
 04_2020 those familiar
 02_2020 Transported
 12_2019 Reimagining Seagram
 12_2019 Kinesthetic Theater
 06_2019 Untitled
 04_2019 Bike Stop
 04_2018 Sketching Paris
 04_2017 Flamin’ Hot Cheetos
 04_2017 Now What?!
 12_2016 PA/Vilion




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Photo courtesy of Point Line Projects. 2019.

NOW WHAT?! Advocacy, Activism, + Alliances in American Architecture since 1968

Point Line Projects + ArchiteXX
Traveling Exhibition

NOW WHAT?! tells the unknown history of architects and designers advocating for civil rights, women’s, and LGBTQ movements of the past fifty years. The exhibition aims to inspire a new generation of design professionals to see themselves as agents of change by looking at the past to see new ways forward.

Starting at the Seigel Gallery at Pratt Institute, the exhibition has traveled to several international and national locations so far including Chicago during the Chicago Architecture Biennial, Cornell University School of Architecture, and McGuill University to name a few. As NOW WHAT?! travels, it learns from where it’s been, picking up stories and histories from the people and communities it visits.
As a curatorial assistant for Point Line Projects, I managed research for the exhibition in its early stages and helped secure funding through the New York State Council on the Arts.

For more on the exhibition, see the press release below.

press release



Photo courtesy of Point Line Projects. 2019.



Photo courtesy of Point Line Projects. 2019.



Photo courtesy of Point Line Projects. 2019.



Photo courtesy of Point Line Projects. 2019.



Photo courtesy of Point Line Projects. 2019.