Room for Debate
Lecture by Janette Kim
Date: 8/7, 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Location: Obuchi Lab, Room 416
Janette will discuss how headphones, a map, a guidebook, and a big styrofoam wall can start a public dialog about urban life, in real time. Janette’s work focuses on design and ecology in relationship to public representation, interest, and debate.
Janette Kim is a designer, critic and educator based in New York City. She is a faculty member at Columbia University GSAPP, where she directs the Applied Research Practices in Architecture department, and the Urban Landscape Lab. Janette is principal of All of the Above, a research and design practice.