Events

Fridays@4: Topographies of Memory: Examining the Boundaries of Memorial Sites
Friday, February 22, 2019 - 4:00pm
Fridays@4: Topographies of Memory: Examining the Boundaries of Memorial Sites

"A boundary is a theoretically telling metaphor that can capture emergent realities and provide an answer to the search for a new language in place of the obsolete.”  -Iana Friedrich Silber

Molly Esteve is a Master of Architecture student, a Center for Public Interest Design Student Fellow, and the recent recipient of the 2018 L. Rudolph Barton Travel Fellowship, which she used to visit Alabama, Spain, and France. During her time in these places, she researched how three memorials spanning almost a century engage with and shape both territorial and temporal boundaries of memory.

About Fridays@4: Each Friday at 4pm during most of the academic term, PSU School of Architecture students and faculty gather together to hear from professional designers and architects, academics, visiting artists, innovators, and students in the program, with refreshments and updates from faculty and your student leaders. Fridays@4 is a perfect way to wrap up each week of intense creativity in studio, and get inspired for the productive weekend ahead.

We encourage attendees to bring their own beverage cup in order to reduce waste in Shattuck Hall.

Free and open to the public.

Shattuck Hall
SW Broadway at Hall Street
School of Architecture
Portland State University
www.pdx.edu/architecture