Post-Modernist Publishing of Architecture
Post-Modernist Publishing of Architecture in the Late 1970s: A Special Symposium Hosted by Professor Mark Mack
Join us for a special symposium hosted by Professor Mark Mack on Monday, March 18 from 6-8:30 PM. This symposium will revisit a moment of awakening in California in architectural publishing in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Speakers will discuss their intimate involvement in the development of iconic publications during this period and contrast the analog publishing of architectural thought then to the digital state of architectural broadcasting now. The event celebrates publishing as a catalyst for a critical yet open-minded and inclusive architectural discourse.
Kurt W. Forster, Yale School of Architecture / OPPOSITIONS
Diane Ghirardo, USC School of Architecture / ARCHETYPE
Leonard Koren, WET
Mark Lee, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Andrew McNair, SKYLINE
Peter Noever, UMRISS
Kyong Park, UC San Diego / Storefront for Art and Architecture
Steven Holl, Columbia GSAPP / PAMPHLET*
Michael Bell, Columbia GSAPP
Hosting and sounds by Mark Mack, UCLA AUD / WESTERN ADDITIONS
* Special appearance via video conference
The reception and symposium will take place in Perloff Hall Decafé on UCLA's Westwood campus in Los Angeles. Short-term parking options are available in lots and structures located throughout campus. For more parking information, visit transportation.ucla.edu. Questions? Call us at 310.825.7857.