29 April to
26 May 2013
College of Architecture, Art, and Planning (AAP)
Milstein Hall Gallery, Milstein Hall
943 University Avenue
Ithaca, NY 14853
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Caroline O’Donnell/CODA Natural Selection features three recent competition entries, Nóatún (Klaksvik, Faroe Islands), Urban Punc. (Leisnig, Germany), and Counterspace (Dublin, Ireland), which explore the relationship between architecture and its niche.
Caroline O’Donnell is an assistant professor at Cornell University, holding the Richard Meier Professorship of Architecture. Most recently, O’Donnell /CODA won Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)/PS1’s 14th annual Young Architects Program competition. O’Donnell’s Party Wall will be open to the public in late June.
This exhibition is funded in part by a grant from the Cornell Council for the Arts, and by the Department of Architecture and the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning.
Project designers: Suzanne Lettieri and Leslie Mignin. Urban Punc. was designed in collaboration with Troy Schaum (Schaum/Shieh)
Exhibition curated by: Suanne Lettieri
Thanks to: Michael Jefferson, Jessica Tranquada, and Lucas Greco
Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art, and Planning teaches and practices architecture, fine arts, and city and regional planning as creative and powerful forces with the potential to improve the world. Students prepare to address the complex problems of the twenty-first century through the application of the art and science of design. The college provides rigorous theoretical training and studio experiences, and encourages imagination, technical creativity, critical thinking, a sense of history, and the development of a social, ethical, and artistic perspective. The rights of all communities and all individuals to participate in the planning of their futures is advocated. Graduates are prepared for their role as world citizens in a diverse yet inclusive society.