Nine Taubman Faculty Invited to Show Work at Harvard GSD Exhibition Inscriptions: Architecture Before Speech
Photo: Upstate House, design by Ashley Bigham and Erik Hermann of Outpost Office, is one project featured in the exhibit.
Harvard Graduate School of Design has developed an exhibition entitled Inscriptions: Architecture Before Speech which features projects from seven Taubman-led practices, including nine faculty.
Imagined and organized by K. Michael Hays and Andrew Holder, the collection displays contemporary and academic American architectural practices. The description of the show says, “‘Inscriptions’ is a broad survey of work that problematizes, resists, and exceeds signification by appealing to other kinds of cultural engagements, agreements, and fantasies of architecture’s origins.” The exhibit includes drawings and models and will be open in the Druker Design Gallery from January 22 - March 11, 2018.
The invited practices and individuals representing Taubman College include:
Extents, Cyrus Peñarroyo + McLain Clutter
Meredith Miller and Thom Moran
Outpost Office, Ashley Bigham and Erik Hermann
Sift Studio, Adam Fure
T+E+A+M, Thom Moran, Ellie Abrons, Adam Fure, and Meredith Miller