Future Cities Lab was excited to be included in the Ambiguous Territory Exhibition that just wrapped up at the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning. Our model for the Theater of Lost Species was exhibited among an great group of other designers. Check out the video below. The exhibition will be moving on to New York to the Pratt Manhattan Gallery in 2018, so stay tuned!
From the website: "Ambiguous Territory: Architecture, Landscape, and the Postnatural is a symposium and concurrent exhibition that situates contemporary discourses and practices of architecture and landscape within the context of the Postnatural; the era of climate change, the Anthropocene, and altered ecologies. The project asks: In a time when humans have been fundamentally displaced from their presumed place of privilege, philosophically as well as experientially, should the disciplines of architecture and landscape architecture consider displacing themselves as well, in order to establish new affiliations and avail new ways to approach contemporary questions of design in relation to the environment?"
Curators + Organizers: Kathy Velikov, Chris Perry, Cathryn Dwyre, David Salomon