ATLAS OF (IN)VISIBLE SPACES
Wed, Oct 4, 11:52am - Sun, Oct 22, 2017 11:52am
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Photographs of City Nature by Linda Pollak
The Atlas of (In)visible Spaces is an ongoing photography project that focuses on interactions between social and ecological elements, processes and phenomena that are part of our everyday urban existence.
The objective for this series of photographs is to support awareness of the environment in relation to the self, through contact with natural elements in the urban context, by gathering a sense of what is or could be significant, and which might not previously have been understood as such. These images aim to reorient ways in which we move through our urban natural habitat, wherein an infinite number of artifacts, processes and phenomena invite our experience and challenge us to think about our own place in the ever-shifting interactions that contribute to the beauty of every day space.
Professor Adjunct Linda Pollak joined the faculty of the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture in Fall 2017. She is currently teaching the landscape architecture seminar Constructed Ground.
October 4-22, 2017
On view in the 3rd Floor Hallway Gallery of The Foundation Building.
Gallery Talk and Reception
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 – 6pm
3rd Floor Hallway Gallery and Lobby
Open to current students, faculty and staff.
Located at 7 East 7th Street, between Third and Fourth Avenues