ARCH-770G Voracious Vernacular: Non -Urban Constructs
2:00 pm – 4:50 pm
Higgins Hall North, 304
The vernacular project of this course is the research of non-urban global issues of social, political, cultural, and ecological import; the voracious component is to build visually provocative, multimodal representations of these issues. These representations will take the form of video installations and verbal narratives. This advanced seminar encourages graduate students to pursue individual research interests within the non-urban theme of the course. The socio-cultural and socio-political conditions students research form the context of the local and global critical practices of architects.