Posts Tagged ‘installation’

Kim ‘Timber City’ Exhibition, National Building Museum

Yugon Kim (Critic, Interior Architecture) has curated and designed an exhibition, Timber City, currently on show at the National Building Museum (401 F. Street NW, Washington DC) through 21st May 2017. Timber City challenges the notion that wood is an antiquated building material by demonstrating the wide range of benefits offered by cutting-edge methods of timber […]

Better and Textiles Students, Tilt-Down Fence, Dorchester

Hansy Better (Professor, Architecture) and RISD Textiles students are currently working on a public arts installation at Fields Corner Station, Dorchester. The piece entitled Tilt-Down Fence was designed and installed by the BR+A+CE (Building Research + Architecture + Community Exchange) project, which is a collaboration between RISD faculty, students, and local volunteers. Tilt Down Fence consists of […]

Feld Installation at Galleria Comunale of Barga

Gabrial Feld (Chief Critic, European Honors Program) was invited to install his work at the Galleria Comunale of Barga, Italy as part of the show Paesaggi Ora (Landscapes Now) which opened in July. The title of Feld’s piece is Ritratti di paesaggio (Portraits of Landscape). Currently, Feld is resident in Barga learning multi-plate color etching with the master printer […]

Hogarth Featured in Artscope Magazine

Emma Hogarth (Critic, Experimental and Foundation Studies) is featured in the 10th anniversary issue of Artscope Magazine (March-April 2016) in their 10 for our 10th feature on ten New England artists. In her interview ‘Time Machine to the Present’ Hogarth discusses her latest site-responsive installation Compound Vision (2016) and the recurring themes of information, temporality and technology that […]

Feld Installation, Opus chartaceum, at XXI Triennale di Milano

Gabriel Feld (Chief Critic, European Honors Program) has a new installation entitled Opus chartaceum at the XXI Esposizione Internazionale della Triennale di Milano in the main Muzio Building. Feld reflecting on his installation described it thus “Opus chartaceum, is a play on Roman walls, such as opus reticulatum, opus caementicium, that I’ve found fascinating and inspiring since […]

Yugon Kim Designs First Exhibition for Single Game Designer

Yugon Kim (Critic, Interior Architecture) is the designer of a new exhibition, The Games Worlds of Jason Rohrer, currently on display at the Davis Museum (106 Central Street) at Wellesley College until 26th June 2016. The exhibition is a retrospective of the independent game designer Jason Rohrer whose work has formed part of the Museum of Modern Art’s […]

Beaman’s Reciprocal Artifacts opens

Reciprocal Artifacts, an exhibition and installation of research focused on interdisciplinary computational design practices from Michael Leighton Beaman (Critic, Interior Architecture) and Zaneta Hong (ID, 03) opened at the University of Cincinnati’s Aronoff Center on Oct. 22nd. The work which was produced with Interior Architecture student Ru Chen and Architecture student Iok Wong was funded […]

Kim installs “Outside-in” up-cycled timber installation

‘Outside-in’ is one of nine winning proposals for the ongoing secret shelters exhibition hosted at the heritage museum and gardens in Sandwich, Massachusetts. The interactive furniture installation was created by Yugon Kim (Critic, Interior Architecture), founding partner at the Cambridge-based firm IKD. The concept revolves around the inversion of a typical tree bench, which faces […]

Beaman’s “Proxy 15” selected for exhibition at BSA

Michael Leighton Beaman (critic in Interior Architecture ) and Zaneta Hong’s (ID 2002) Proposal for the Boston Society of Architects (Proxy No. 15) was selected as part of the Bigger than a Bread Box exhibition a BSA Space in Boston opening June 17th 2015. The purpose of the proxy series of installations is to experiment […]