| LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA | OFFICEUS Issues

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OFFICEUS

WORKING SUMMIT
JUNE 6-7-8
25 ISSUES TALKS
75 VISITING EXPERTS
1 TABLE
US PAVILION, GIARDINI
LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA
 
We invite you to join us for a working summit with a group of architectural experts around the OfficeUS Issues in this inaugural working summit. 
Interlocutors will include Adina Hempel, Alejandro Zaera-Polo, Amale Andraos, Azadeh Mashayekhi, Beatriz Colomina, Bernard Tschumi, Brendan McGetrick, Brett Steele, Charles Waldheim, Craig Buckley, Daniel Perlin, David Benjamin, Eric Cesal, Erica Stoller, Erin Rae Hoffer, Ethel Baraona, Francisco Gonzalez, Hamed Khosravi, Ivan Rupnik, Iwan Baan, James von Klemperer, Jane Harrison & David Turnbull, Jeffrey Inaba, Jonathan Liu, Jonathan Solomon, Jorge Otero Pailos, Juan Herreros, Keller Easterling, Khaled Malas, Liam Young, Liz Diller, Mabel Wilson, Marco Sossa, Mark Robbins, Mark Wigley, Mary Ellen Carroll, Michael Hays, Michael Murphy, Michelle Addington, Mimi Zeiger, Nader Tehrani, Nicholas de Monchaux, Peter Zellner, Philippe Rahm, Reinhold Martin, Richard Armstrong, Ross Wimer, Sarah Herda, Sarah Whiting, Shawn McLearen, Sudhir Jambhekar, Sylvia Lavin, Sylvia Smith, Todd Reisz (…), the OfficeUS Partners and the OfficeUS curators. 

SCHEDULE

FRIDAY JUNE 6TH

12-1pm Ex-Im

1-2pm Best Practices & Around the Clock

2-3pm Crude Ideals

3-4pm Trojan Horses & Little Americas

4-5pm Labor LEED & The Invisibles

5-6pm Reprogramming & Bullets Without Ideology

 

SATURDAY JUNE 7TH 

3-4pm Global Citizenship & Cargo Cult

4-5pm Smart Concrete

5-6pm Magical States

 

SUNDAY JUNE 8TH 

12-1pm Culture Capital & Anger/Love Management & Democratizing Action

1-2pm Superlatives

2-3pm International Comfort

3-4pm Big Box Rules & Network Patents

4-5pm Mission Good & Code Upgrade

5-6pm Housing Public Good & Profit Margin

Biennale Pass required.

 

READ MORE HERE

 

About OfficeUS Issues 

The 25 OfficeUS Issues resonate with the archive of projects and offices of the OfficeUSRepository library that contains projects designed by US offices working abroad. These projects are presented in a chronological archive of the last 100 years which visitors access at the OfficeUS Headquarters in the US Pavilion in Venice. Individually and collectively, these issues and projects tell multiple, imbricated stories of US architectural firms, typologies, and technologies, as well as a broader narrative of modernization and its global reach. Together, the elements of OfficeUS create an historical record of the contribution of the United States to global architectural thought, and a petri dish in which that record is submitted to contemporary agents of disruption, critique, pessimism, and optimism.

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