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Sixteen Student Stools

Economic growth, material extraction, and greenhouse gas emissions have a near-99 percent correlation. Building is an act of climate change. This exhibition draws increased attention to climate change pedagogy at the Graduate School of Design by showcasing sixteen student-designed stools from the MArch core course,…

exhibition dates: NOV 1 – DEC 21, 2023

Jonathan Grinham, Curator

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Stories That Take Me Home

In conjunction with the Black in Design 2023 Conference, “The Black Home”  Across languages and cultures, the notion of home resonates universally as a sanctuary, a refuge, and a testament to our deep connection with a specific place—a…

exhibition dates: SEP 1 – OCT 18, 2023

Cory Henry, Faculty Advisor

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Archived Landscapes

“Environmental Histories, Archived Landscapes” is a seminar that investigates the relationships between design history and environmental history through archival research. Participants explore archives as evidence of material, spatial, ecological, and cultural change in constructed landscapes using measured drawings, diagrams, and visual analysis. Because archives seek…

exhibition dates: FEB 6 – MAR 12, 2023

Danielle Choi, Curator

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Tar Creek: Toxic Legacies, Racism and Tribal Landscape Transformations

The studios in North-East Oklahoma explored toxic land regeneration, indigenous ecologies and their combined agency in advancing environmental and social equity for tribal nations. The study site is still the largest and most dangerous polluted landscape in the United States and home to tribal communities…

exhibition dates: SEP 9 – OCT 14, 2022

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Stories We Should Tell

“Ubuntu = I am because you are.” – South African Proverb Do you remember the stories from your childhood? The ones about the people who came before you and paved your way. Stories from a time and place deeply etched in your memory or…

exhibition dates: APR 1 – APR 24, 2022

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CoDesign at the GSD

“CoDesign at the GSD” showcases engaged-design pedagogy and methodologies to improve Boston public realms in partnership with local…

exhibition dates: JAN 14 – MAR 1, 2020

Lily Song, Curator

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Style Worry or #FOMO

Reyner Banham once described the proliferation of styles after a waning epoch as “style worry,” an anxiety where the architect must decide how to go about choosing one style out of many. Today this anxiety has shifted to a worry better characterized as fear of missing…

exhibition dates: OCT 28 – DEC 20, 2019

Max Kuo, Curator

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From Fallow

Vacant lots have long vexed cities—especially the architects, landscape architects, urban designers, and planners working in them. In the past few decades hundreds of design ideas for abandoned property have emerged. Some remain purely speculative, while others have been tested and implemented. Meanwhile, neither the…

exhibition dates: AUG 26 – OCT 13, 2019

Jill Desimini, Curator

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Thing Tank: 18 Design Fictions

The world of things is more than the body of everyday equipment that accompanies our lives: It is a laboratory where the intentions of makers and marketers collide with unstable scenarios of past, present, and future use. The Thing Tank explores this terrain of contact…

exhibition dates: MAY 29 – AUG 4, 2019

Renee Tapp
Jeffrey Schnapp, Curator

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