Exhibit “Onondaga Creek: Virtual Communities,” by Assistant Professor McLain Clutter, on display at 2010 ACADIA

Assistant Professor at Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, McLain Clutter, will exhibit his project, “Onondaga Creek: Virtual Communities,” at the exhibit “Evolutive Means: On Adaptation and Selection in Architectural Design,” hosted by the Pratt Institute School of Architecture. The exhibit is part of the 2010 ACADIA event “LIFE in:formation, On Responsive Information and Variation In Architecture.” Collaborating with Mark Linder of Syracuse Architecture, the project “uses the Onondaga Creek and its surrounding environment in Syracuse, NY to explore the use of GIS to concretize latent virtual communities in shrinking cities.” The exhibit opens on October 21 and is open through October 24, 2010.

Visit the ACADIA 2010 website for more information about this event.