Aggregate at the Chicago Architecture Biennial: Architecture and Inequality
The Sullivan Galleries, School of the Art Institute Chicago
Aggregate Architectural History Collaborative at the Chicago Architecture Biennial.
Saturday, November 7, 2015, 9:30-11:30 AM
The Sullivan Galleries, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
33 South State Street, 7th floor, Chicago, IL
What can architectural history teach us about the history of inequality in the United States? Original research presented on subjects ranging from the American welfare state and capitalism, skyscrapers and professionalism, to contemporary race and biopolitics.
Perceiving Race in the Skyscraper’s Shadow
Adrienne Brown, University of Chicago
“You are not a profession that has distinguished itself…”
Sharon Haar, University of Michigan
There Grows the Neighborhood: Transforming BLIGHT to LIFE
Emmanuel Pratt, Sweet Water Foundation
and Aggregate members:
Is This What Change Looks Like?
Daniel M. Abramson, Tufts University
Jonathan Massey, California College of the Arts
Infrastructures of Inequality
Meredith TenHoor, Pratt Institute