Architecture professor has sketch selected for international exhibition

May 31st, 2013 Comments Off on Architecture professor has sketch selected for international exhibition

"Speculation" | Sketch by Jake Gines

“Speculation” | Sketch by Jake Gines

School of Architecture Professor Jake Gines’s sketch, “Speculation,” was selected for the Sketch 2013 Exhibit: Didactic, Speculation, Contextual Improvisation, Palimpsest, or Watts.

Sketch., an international exhibition organized by New York-based d3, surveys contemporary conceptual design process across the disciplines.

The 2013 exhibit was at the Fordham University Center Gallery on the Lincoln Center campus in Manhatten, NY., from Feb. 21 through March 20, 2013. An opening reception was held on March 7.

“Speculation” was selected out of more than 1500 entries. Curators for the exhibit were Sandra McKee with Fordham University and Gregory Marinic with the University of Houston.

According to the call for submission, the Sketch. exhibition program began in 2011 as the opening event for Tadao Ando’s lecture and book‐signing at the Universidad de Monterrey. The exhibit revisited the use of conventional approaches, while engaging with the new technologies that have expanded opportunities for sketching as a conceptual generator. Artists, architects, designers and students from across the disciplines were invited to join in this international dialogue. Submissions were juried, and work from 88 individuals worldwide was selected for presentation in the inaugural Sketch. exhibition held at UDEM in March 2011. Due to the notable popularity and success of the first exhibition, Sketch. offers a biennial program that continuously collects, compares and documents the transformative forces impacting conceptual practices in art, architecture and design.

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