Assistant Professor of Architecuture Iman Ansari will deliver the First Annual Spitzer Alumni Lecture as part of the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture’s Spring Lecture Series, “Melting into Air.” This lecture is part of the 2022 Spring Sciame Lecture Series, themed “Radical Black Space.”
Melting Into Air
Architecture is the domain of interactions: the disciplinary exchange of knowledge and expertise, the technical intervention of tools and techniques of practice, and even the physical interplay of objects, bodies, and particles in space. Beyond a reliance on form and object-making practices, Iman Ansari’s work considers architecture as a framework for those epistemological, socio-technical, and material interactions. In this lecture, Ansari will provide an overview of his research, teaching and practice, and how his work developed through navigating various disciplinary issues, modes of practice, and methods of research and scholarship.
The lecture will be presented via Zoom.