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Architecture: Sequences

January 10 – February 12, 1982

 
Lorna McNeur
Memory Form-House with Seven Gardens, plaster form, 1980
 
Philippe Guerrier | Jenny Lowe | Lorna McNeur | Deborah Oliver | Peter Wilson
 
Bernard Tschumi has selected five outstanding young architects: Philippe Guerrier, Jenny Lowe, Lorna McNeur, Deborah Oliver and Peter Wilson, who reside in Paris, London, New York, Princeton, and London respectively. The work of these young architects test the limits of design, explores the nature of architecture, and provokes the intellect without the economic constraints that stem from actual building. The exhibition focuses on the idea of "sequences" as "route as well as ritual, movement as well as method, program as well as narrative," exploring the nature of a traditional architectural device presently undergoing new interpretations.

This exhibiton was originally displayed at Artists Space, New York.

 

   
   
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