Through this open call and invited contributors, we seek exemplary 2D or 3D representations that open inquiry into how architect’s experiment in the design and practices of land-ing. We welcome projects that position themselves the topics of Artificial Earths, Imaging Ground, Seeding Resilience, and Mapping Maintenance, as well as others that might define their own conceptual territory in relation to the overall brief. 3D media/models may accompany flat media and/or be submitted on its own. However, support is primarily oriented toward 2D representations and any 3D inclusions are best included if already complete and/or funded for production, transport, installation and removal. All work should be suitable for display in non-museum, non-gallery public space with limited security and variable environmental conditions akin to a ‘Cabin in a Park.;
The exhibition, which is generously sponsored by a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts, will open as part of the 2022 Teachers Summit’s closing events. The exhibition will be held in Pratt Institute’s, Graduate Architecture and Urban Design (GAUD) outpost on Governor Island’s Nolan Park House 14 and remain open to the public throughout the summer until late August.
The deadline for consideration will be Wednesday, May 25, 2022