Installations by Architects features a collection of the most significant projects from the last twenty-five years by today’s most exciting architects. Projects are grouped under the themes of tectonics, body, nature, memory, and public space
. Architechtural installations that invite the public to touch, enter, and experience the work, whether it is in a gallery, on city streets, or in the landscape. These temporary artworks aspire to alter viewers’ experiences of the environment, and engage them around issues in the built environment and expands the ways that architecture can participate in and impact people’s everyday lives.
Installations by Architects aims to sharpen our understanding of the built environment. The exhibition presents printed banners and film projection rather than photographs, drawings, or architectural models.
Participating architects include: Atelier in Situ, Philip Beesley, Dan Hoffman, Dilller + Scofidio, Marianne Lund, John Hejduk, James Cathcart, Frank Fantauzzi + Terence van Eslander, Lab(au), Richard Kroeker, Périphériques Architects and more.June 09 - August 06, 2011
University of Waterloo School of Architecture, Main Lecture Theatre
7 Melville Street,
South Cambridge, Ontario