Objective

An exhibition featuring work from League Prize 2018 winners

Organized by the ARCHITECTURE LEAGUE OF NEW YORK

June 21, 2018—August 4, 2018

Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, Parsons School of Design / The New School
Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries, 66 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY

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Expanded Preservation

Expanded Preservation questions traditional methods of preservation and proposes modes of representation and documentation which aim to augment the factual through individual lived experience. These projects take the form of narrative, visual recording or installations and offer an alternative to the established modes of object-centric preservation. 

 

Social Infrastructures

Social Infrastructures aim to engage individuals in public space through playful shared experiences. As analog prompts in a digital age, these structures bring people together and offer moments of connection. In a time of pronounced disunities these simple sparks of interaction have the potential to, however briefly, bring people of different backgrounds together. 

     Full Circle , Buffalo, New York, 2016  Commissioned by  CEPA Gallery  and  C.S.1 Curatorial Projects  for CEPA's West Side Lots Project

 Full Circle, Buffalo, New York, 2016

Commissioned by CEPA Gallery and C.S.1 Curatorial Projects for CEPA's West Side Lots Project

     Full Circle , Buffalo, New York, 2016, photo: Brendan Bannon  Commissioned by  CEPA Gallery  and  C.S.1 Curatorial Projects  for CEPA's West Side Lots Project

 Full Circle, Buffalo, New York, 2016, photo: Brendan Bannon

Commissioned by CEPA Gallery and C.S.1 Curatorial Projects for CEPA's West Side Lots Project

  Dialogue , Cleveland, Ohio, 2017 

Dialogue, Cleveland, Ohio, 2017 

  Dialogue , Cleveland, Ohio, 2017

Dialogue, Cleveland, Ohio, 2017

  Hookup , Buffalo, New York, 2018 

Hookup, Buffalo, New York, 2018 

  Vertical Line Garden , Grand-Métis, Québec, 2017 

Vertical Line Garden, Grand-Métis, Québec, 2017 

  Vertical Line Garden , Grand-Métis, Québec, 2017, photo: Martin Bond

Vertical Line Garden, Grand-Métis, Québec, 2017, photo: Martin Bond

  Ziggy , Toronto, Ontario, 2018 

Ziggy, Toronto, Ontario, 2018 

 
 

Domestic Narratives

Domestic Narratives are based in a motivation to tell stories through everyday spaces by giving expression to the desires of others and shape to our own projections. Designing spaces from the perspective of a child or imagining scenarios for changing use, we embed idiosyncratic moments into domestic architecture.