SCI-Arc design faculty Anna Neimark will participate in a Big City Forum cross disciplinary conversation about the concept and poetics of space with sound and visual artist Steve Roden and dancer and choreographer Flora Wiegmann.
Titled “Shifting Space, Shifting Place,” the discussion takes place tomorrow, Oct 2nd, 7pm at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena.
Neimark is co-founder of First Office, a design studio that focuses on form through a critical engagement with the conventions of architectural drawing. Recent publications include an article, “The Infrastructural Monument, Soviet Works under Construction and in Representation” in Future Anterior, as well as a series of essays co-authored with Andrew Atwood: “Zoopol, A Monument to the Animal Kingdom” in Project; “How to Domesticate a Mountain,” forthcoming in Perspecta; and “Abstraction Returns” in Think-Space.
Neimark is full-time faculty at SCI-Arc. She received a BA in Architecture from Princeton and an M.Arch from Harvard GSD.