Radical Creative Spaces

How can a space serve more than a singular purpose? When does a space become an experience in itself? Is the use of space the way we shape ourselves as a people, and shouldn’t we pay more attention to it if that is so? Join innovative architect Liz Diller, Harman-Eisner artist in residence, for an exploration of architecture and spaces that defy categorization and create new interdisciplinary environments unique to the 21st century.

Speakers: Elizabeth Diller
Festival: 2012

Watch and Listen: Arts

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Atlanta-based defense attorney and #BillionDollarLawyer Drew Findling, who counts international hip-hop star Kiari... See more

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