V. Mitch McEwen Explores Power Structures in Architecture on SCI-Arc Channel
Join V. Mitch McEwen [Co-founder A(n) Office/Assistant Professor, Princeton University School of Architecture] as she reflects on her path into architecture, urban design, and academia. McEwen discusses current projects including the Black Box research group at Princeton University’s Embodied Computation Lab, work with cultural institutions and a project for “The Architectural Imagination” at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016.
McEwen’s work engages issues of shaping an environment and studying aspects of bureaucracy and power in society. McEwen also discusses how her class “The Zoning of Things” opens up a critical discussion on how we plan cities and the role of design the urban context. Also watch V. Mitch McEwen’s SCI-Arc lecture here.
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