Tobias Putrih
TR 930-1230

An advanced course that initiates a dialogue between architecture, urbanism, and contemporary art by focusing on the work of practitioners who intertwine these three disciplines in a critical spatial practice. The course investigates themes and works ranging from early modernist practices to the contemporary and research based. Lectures, screenings, readings, and discussions with guests and faculty contribute to the development of group and individual projects and their presentation. Graduate and undergraduate workload and evaluation criteria vary accordingly.