Unpacking Diversity: Technologies / Ecologies

AXO FIELD ONLY _ for actar

What is diversity within the context of urban environments? The third event of the Unpacking Diversity series explores the question of the diversification of design technologies and ecologies. Through projects that engage the spatial implications of environmental equity through material conditions (ecologies) and the tools (technologies) to transform them.


Waste Exposed, Bernardo Loureiro, MS Design and Urban Ecologies candidate

• The Underdome Guide to Energy ReformJanette Kim, All of the Above and Syracuse University; Erik Carver, Columbia University GSAPP

Access to the Passaic, Damon Rich, Planning Director & Chief Urban Designer, Newark, NJ, Loeb Fellow, Founder, Center for Urban Pedagogy

Moderator: Yolande Daniels

Thursday, December 3, 6pm – 8pm

The Glass Corner, Room 206, 25 E 13th St