Visiting Architecture Lecturer Perry Kulper, "Saturated Evacuations"
Saturated Evacuations will consider two seemingly opposite approaches to
architectural production...saturation, or, thickening and evacuation, or
erasure. Neither mutually exclusive, nor joined at the hip, forms of
saturation and erasure challenge the protected terrains of spatial topology
while feasting on what is discovered in the acts of (un)making.
Perry Kulper is an architect and Associate Professor of Architecture at the
University of Michigan. Previously he taught at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles for
16 years as well as holding visiting positions at the University of
Pennsylvania and Arizona State University. A graduate of CalPoly and
Columbia University, he has worked in the offices of Eisenman/Robertson,
Robert A.M. Stern and Venuri, Rauch and Scott Brown. His interests include
the roles of representation and methodologies in the production of
architecture and in broadening the conceptual range by which architecture
contributes to our cultural imagination.
When: Thursday, May 18 @ 7:30p.m.
Shattuck Hall Room 212
1914 SW Park Ave.
Portland State University
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