2 November 2020 (Monday) – 16 November 2020 (Monday)
10:00am – 8:00pm
How can we think of an architecture of promiscuity – to mix ways of living together – which in times of pandemic becomes a threat to the domestic?
To draw this phenomenon is not just to illustrate or repeat it. Rather, to draw as a form of (re)search is to assess architecture with measure and specificity through multiple scales.
Doing so without abstraction may guide us to connect the extraordinary circumstances of our ‘now’ with a fundamental condition of our collective experience.
Guillaume Othenin-Girard, Assistant Professor
with Nga Ting Cheung, Yi Go, Ka Chun Lai, Hin Fung Sherman Lam, Jennifer Cheuk Wing Lam, Ruoxi Li, Yin Li, Kent Mundle, Xiao Tang, Ka Lee Tsang, Long Ting Yu, Rochelle Charis Yu.
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