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GSAPP Conversations offer a window onto the expanding field of contemporary architectural practice through discussions on the current projects, research, and obsessions of a diverse group of invited guests from emerging and well-established practices. Hosted by Columbia GSAPP’s Dean Amale Andraos, the conversations also feature the School’s influential faculty and alumni, and give students the opportunity to engage architects on issues of concern to the next generation.

GSAPP Conversations Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

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GSAPP Conversations offer a window onto the expanding field of contemporary architectural practice through discussions on the current projects, research, and obsessions of a diverse group of invited guests from emerging and well-established practices. Hosted by Columbia GSAPP’s Dean Amale Andraos, the conversations also feature the School’s influential faculty and alumni, and give students the opportunity to engage architects on issues of concern to the next generation.

    Unionization in the Architectural Profession

    Unionization in the Architectural Profession

    Peggy Deamer in Conversation with Abraham Murrell.
    In this podcast episode, graduate Abraham Murrell ('18 M.Arch) speaks with architect and educator Peggy Deamer. GSAPP recently commissioned a group of alumni to report on the current state of internships in the architecture profession. This is our third podcast to explore this theme in more depth, following conversations with Mabel O. Wilson and Violet Whitney.
    Deamer discusses in depth the problematic relationship between bad fees and bad wages in the architectural profession. She advocates for unionization within the field and presents key positions of the Architecture Lobby.
    The full text of the Internships and the Architectural Profession report can be read on GSAPP's website.

    • 24 分鐘
    Between Ideal and Real: Architecture’s Next Generation

    Between Ideal and Real: Architecture’s Next Generation

    Emanuel Christ in Conversation with Amale Andraos.
    In episode #85, Dean Amale Andraos speaks with architect and educator Emanuel Christ. Emanuel Christ is founding partner of Christ & Gantenbein, a leading architectural practice based in Basel, Switzerland. The firm’s work applies bold form and versatile material uses.
    During their conversation, Christ discusses how he integrates his architectural approach into curriculum design while teaching at ETH Zurich and compares architectural education in Europe and the US. He also speaks about the social, environmental, formal, and technological problems and solutions that are being undertaken by the next generation of architects. This interview was conducted prior to his lecture at the school on November 18, 2019.

    • 19 分鐘
    "Practicing Refusal" through Architectural Representation

    "Practicing Refusal" through Architectural Representation

    Mario Gooden in Conversation with Zoe Kauder Nalebuff.
    In this podcast episode, CCCP student Zoe Kauder Nalebuff speaks with faculty Mario Gooden (‘90 MARCH) about his recent performance Working on Water in collaboration with Jonathan Gonzalez and Thuto Durkac Somo ('19 CCCP).
    During the conversation, Mario Gooden shares insights around the performance that archive movements and images of black subjectivity. Enacting feminist theorist Tina Campt’s concept of “practicing refusal,” the performance insists on radical witnessing and forms of architectural representation that “refuse authoritative forms of visuality which function to refuse blackness itself.” By acting and moving across various sites, the multimedia piece draws attention to the work occurring outside of the audience’s focus throughout the performance.
    Mario Gooden (‘90 M.Arch) is faculty and Co-Director of the Global Africa Lab at Columbia GSAPP and Principal at Huff + Gooden Architects. His practice engages the cultural landscape and the intersectionality of architecture, race, gender, sexuality, and technology.

    • 15 分鐘
    Internships and the Architectural Profession: Architecture and Labor

    Internships and the Architectural Profession: Architecture and Labor

    Mabel O. Wilson in Conversation with Abraham Murrell.
    In this podcast episode, recent graduate Abraham Murrell speaks with Professor Mabel O. Wilson. GSAPP recently commissioned a group of alumni to report on the current state of internships in the architecture profession. This is our second podcast to explore this theme in more depth, following a conversation between Violet Whitney and James Brillon.
    Professor Wilson discusses her early career path and experience as a MARCH graduate. She also interprets inequity issues within the profession and identifies social, institutional, economical, and historical causes.
    Mabel Wilson (’91 MARCH) is the Nancy and George Rupp Professor of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at GSAPP, a Professor in African American and African Diasporic Studies, and the Associate Director of the Institute for Research in African American Studies (IRAAS) at Columbia University. At GSAPP she also co-directs the Global Africa Lab.
    The full text of the Internships and the Architectural Profession report can be read on GSAPP's website.

    • 22 分鐘
    Climatic Architecture: Bamboo as a Modern Building Material

    Climatic Architecture: Bamboo as a Modern Building Material

    Eleena Jamil in Conversation with Lucy Navarro.
    In this podcast episode, MARCH student Lucy Navarro speaks with architect Eleena Jamil about her practice. Working within the context of Southeast Asia, her work has been founded on research into specific social and climatic imperatives of each project brief within a broader cultural framework.
    Jamil shares with us her vision around the potential of vernacular architecture and sustainable building materials, such as bamboo and timber, in Kuala Lumpur. She also talks about how her firm’s work designing smaller-scale pavilions has provided opportunities for structural and material experimentation.
    The conversation took place at Columbia GSAPP on October 14, 2019 prior to Eleena Jamil’s lecture.

    • 18 分鐘
    X-Raying Overlooked Moments in Architecture

    X-Raying Overlooked Moments in Architecture

    Farzin Lofti-Jam & Caitlin Blanchfield in Conversation with Jesse Connuck.
    In this podcast episode, faculty Farzin Lotfi-Jam (MSAAD '12) and PhD candidate Caitlin Blanchfield (MSCCCP '14) discuss their new book Modern Management Methods: Architecture, Historical Value, and the Electromagnetic Image. They speak with Jesse Connuck, who edited the book, which was published by Columbia Books on Architecture and the City in November 2019.
    They describe their use of the x-ray as a medium to re-examine modern architecture through a Le Corbusier house at the Weissenhofsiedlung in Stuttgart and the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. Through the discovery and exploration of quotidian objects in the usually heroically depicted buildings, they visualize the overlooked evolving life and invisible moments in the buildings’ history. This research culminated in two exhibitions and is further theorized in their book.

    • 23 分鐘

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