Wondering what architecture and design events are happening around New York City? Bustler rounded up a snappy list of event recommendations worth checking out. This week marks the opening of Michael Sorkin Studio and Terreform's “Metrophysics” exhibition and the final week of Jeffrey Milstein's aerial-photo exhibition. At the Storefront for Art and Architecture, Andrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation investigate the impacts of contemporary urban lifestyles through the hit TV show, “Sex and the City”. Read on for our latest weekly event recommendations.
Metrophysics foregrounds projects rooted in the urban, including buildings and sites designed with both practical and polemical intent.
It's the last week for Jeffrey Milstein's solo exhibition! Leaning Out is a series of Milstein's aerial photos that reveal the “harmonious symmetries invisible during daily life, yet are still somehow familiar”.
For Sex and the So-Called City, Andrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation in collaboration with Miguel de Guzmán / Imagen Subliminal make use of lifestyle forensics to unveil and present the underlying themes of Sex and the City, unblackboxing New York City’s obvious (and therefore invisible) blueprints. These investigations collectively offer a groundbreaking – and sometimes shocking – understanding of the outcomes and impacts of contemporary urban life.
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