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The lecture will focus on the structure of Anthony Titus’s transdisciplinary practice of art and architecture. Titus will speak about a selection of several exhibitions, installations, and projects that span the past decade. Emphasis will be placed upon the processes and procedures as well as the final product of the works. Looking to explore and discover new possibilities between the spaces of architecture, sculpture, and painting Titus will share drawings, diagrams, models, and photographs of the projects. The conversation and exchange between these disciplines serves as a rich space of opportunity to enhance and expand our current understanding of space, form, color, and structure as participants in a larger cultural landscape.
Reference will be made to Titus’s architectural education at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, under the deanship of John Hejduk as well as his graduate education in painting at the University of Chicago. In addition to his independent studio work, Titus has served as an architectural educator for the past two decades and he will include a small selection of teaching work in dialogue with his studio practice.
Audience members who attend this event in its entirety may be eligible to receive continuing education credits from AIA. Please email [email protected] for more details.
Anthony Titus Studio is an interdisciplinary practice that focuses on the relationships between contemporary art and architecture. Since its inception in 2005, the studio has produced numerous installations, objects as well as solo and group exhibitions in the United States and abroad. The practice has consistently explored the uniquely constructed spaces between architecture, painting and sculpture. Parallel to his independent practice, Titus has taught architecture and art since 2002. He is currently a tenured professor of architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and he is the recipient of a 2013 research grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. The research project is titled Twisted Siblings: Relationships Between Contemporary Painting and Digital Architecture. His work has been exhibited and published widely and includes a current solo exhibition titled Ruptures and Reconciliations at ‘T’ Space in Rhinebeck, NY. He received his undergraduate degree in architecture from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, and a graduate degree in fine art from the University of Chicago.
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