Dear Point Line Projects family,
Spring is upon us and so is a fresh round up of reading, events, and news from the Point Line Projects team.
Mark your calendars for the opening of our exhibition with ArchiteXX, Now What?! Advocacy, Activism, and Alliances in American Architecture since 1968 on April 13 at Parsons School of Design in New York!
Read our latest En Pointe interviews featuring Paul Zelevansky, a multimedia artist who discusses his long career of artists book-making, and Daniela Sandler, assistant professor of architectural history at the University of Minnesota, who discusses her spatial and architectural experiences in Berlin and São Paulo.
Download EX-CHANGE, a publication celebrating the work of students at the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture that PLP founder, Sarah Rafson helped launch as part of her Ann Kalla Visiting Professorship this year. Pittsburgh friends, join us this Monday evening for Sarah’s lecture as part of the CMU SoA spring lecture series, which will discuss the upcoming Now What?! exhibition and activism in architecture more broadly (with a special appearance by Carol Crandall, SoA alumna and co-founder of the CARYATIDS). Reception to follow.
We’ve got some serious momentum early this season and are springing forward, full force!
As always, let us know what you’ve got planned this season and keep in touch.
The Point Line Projects team