Confronting Carbon Form: The Unknown
Climate breakdown demands new ways of building, designing, and living together, yet architecture continues to work within the logic of carbon modernity. Confronting Carbon Form is an event series curated and moderated by Stanley Cho, Elisa Iturbe, and Alican Taylan that builds on the themes of Log 47: Overcoming Carbon Form. The series brings together architects, historians, theorists, and scholars to confront the spatial expression of our fossil fuel paradigm – carbon form – in order to find a new way forward.
Join the final event in the Confronting Carbon Form series, in which all participants from the previous events will collectively pick up loose threads, triangulate across their different topics, and attempt to create a clearer picture of what carbon form is and what it means to confront it.
Please join us for this exciting conversation!
- Sofia Pia Belenky, architect at Space Caviar
- Cara New Daggett, assistant professor of political science at Virginia Tech
- Joseph Grima, architect and founder of Space Caviar
- Keith Krumwiede, dean of architecture, California College of the Arts
- Francesco Marullo, assistant professor at University of Illinois Chicago
- Louise Mozingo, chair and professor of landscape architecture and environmental planning
- Albert Pope, architect and Gus Sessions Wortham professor of architecture, Rice University
- Matthew Soules, architect and associate professor of architecture, University of British Columbia
- Brittany Utting, architect and assistant professor of architecture at Rice University
- Lizzie Yarina, research fellow at MIT Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism
- 15 January 2022, 13:00
- Online Event
- Anyone Corporation