Living Inside the Grid Symposium
May 3 2003
Co-sponsored by the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at Cooper Union
What does it mean to “live inside the grid”? How does this change concepts of space and time? How are our bodies connected to geographic, communications and surveillance grids, and can we ever get around them? Symposium organized in collaboration with Cooper Union with prominent speakers Dan Cameron, Ollivier Dyens, Peter Halley, Alicia Imperiale, Susan Kozel, Laura Kurgan, Anthony Townsend, Tony Vidler, Benjamin Weil, Lebbeus Woods, and Peter Zellner.
Courtesy the artist and New Museum, New York