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On Models
K. Jake Chakasim
No one is quite sure who the Trickster is, where it came from, what it is, or what purpose it serves, but it tends to unexpectedly show up in cultural narratives, often exposing human flaws and reminding us of our collective interactions, including exposing our unscrupulous behaviors.
On Models
Model making has no clear point of origin or single intention but rather constitutes an action that is constantly remade by its execution. Model making has functioned not only as an operation characteristic of certain forms of production or professional institutions, but also as a significant cultural technique when, under delimited historical situations, it intersected with other epistemic, technological, and social systems.
Bhavisha Panchia, Carly Whitaker, and Chad Cordeiro
The ecology of the artworld in South Africa today relies on support from public and private institutions. Yet there is a deficiency of state and municipal funding for maintaining public art institutions as well as supporting exhibition programming, acquisitions, and publishing.
December 1, 2022
UIC School of Architecture
Relaunch of Douglas A. Garofalo Fellowship for 2023–24
November 30, 2022
Norman Foster Foundation
Norman Foster: Sketchbooks, Volume II—1981–1985
November 29, 2022
Pratt Institute
Master of Landscape Architecture

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