How are contemporary architectural narratives created? And what are the various tools / media used to ‘tell the story’?
How is the said story tailored to a varying audience?
What story do journalists/editors/filmmakers like to tell about the architect? And the architecture? How does that profile shape our work, reach and influence?
What is architectural journalism for architects? What is it for the general public?
Are we in a crisis of architectural representation? What is the future of the publication and representation of architecture across various platforms?
ANDREA KAHN - Founder, designCONTENT
KYLE BERGMAN - Director, Architecture and Design Film Festival
MARCIO KOGAN, HFAIA - Founder, STUDIO MK27, Sao Paolo- Brazil
DAVID BASULTO – Founder / Editor in chief, ARCHDAILY, Santiago - Chile
ALICIA DISANTIS – Graphics Editor at NY TIMES
SARAH WILLIAMS GOLDHAGEN, PhD - Critic, Contributing Editor at Architectural Record
about Global Dialogues ‘s 2015 theme:
In a world of specialization, how does a profession based on a broad cross disciplinary foundation define itself? AIANY Global Dialogues 2015 will focus on initiatives affecting the global built environment from points of view at the periphery of practice. We will look at fields outside the normative that stretch the definition and purpose of the architect around the world as well as ways in which architecture can become a means for a goal beyond itself.
AIANY Global Dialogues Committee
Chairs: Dan Gallagher AIA and Hana Kassem AIA, LEEP AP
Sponsors: American Standard, Lera, Microdesk.
TitleViral Voices IV / STORYTELLING: On Media, Representation, and Narrative
OrganizersAIANY Global Dialogues Committee
FromJuly 28, 2015 06:30 PM
UntilJuly 28, 2015 08:00 PM
VenueCenter for Architecture
Address536 LaGuardia Place