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Creative and Critical Practices

Lost in a Thousand Leaves with Luca Padroni

Italian artist and long-time Cornell in Rome visiting critic Luca Padroni reflects on his creative practice and current solo exhibition, La Vida Continua, at the Museo Orto Botanico della Sapienza Universita di Roma. The series is Padroni's depiction of the human condition across time and in relation to the natural world.

A large statue of a woman on a brick base.
Social Equity and Engagement

Stories Last Longer Than Symbols

With their contribution to the 2021 Bruges Triennial, Who is Afraid of Natasha?, Art Professor of the Practice Joanna Malinowska and collaborator C.T. Jasper re-imagine urban space, re-open histories, and bring a monument (back) to life.

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Lecture

J. Yolande Daniels: Building | Un-Building, October 20

In the presentation Building | UnBuilding, J. Yolande Daniels provides a brief view of an architecture practice that bridges architecture with critical and social theories, systems thinking, and historical narratives.

A boy sitting on a blue and pink house porch with a woman walking away.
Creative and Critical Practices

Depth of Field: Tao DuFour on We Love We Self Up Here

Cornell AAP presents the first iteration of Depth of Field, a short video with Assistant Professor Tao DuFour, architecture, who discusses his transdisciplinary, collaborative film that captures labor, migration, and landscape in Trinidad and Tobago through the history, experiences, and stories of a small group of people.

Automobiles and exhaust fumes on a divided highway.
Urbanism and Development

Political Partisanship in Transportation Overshadows Strong Overall Support for Reform

An op-ed in The Hill coauthored by CRP's Nicholas Klein explains his research showing that while the nation is divided by partisanship, most Americans agree the transportation system isn't working and want change. 

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Lecture

Dean Erdmann: And, Apollo, October 28

Join artist Dean Erdmann, whose work combines experimental documentary, video, and sculpture to think through intersections of the personal and geopolitical.

painting of lush green jungle landscape with sun through the trees
Creative and Critical Practices

Lost in a Thousand Leaves with Luca Padroni

Italian artist and long-time Cornell in Rome visiting critic Luca Padroni reflects on his creative practice and current solo exhibition, La Vida Continua, at the Museo Orto Botanico della Sapienza Universita di Roma. The series is Padroni's depiction of the human condition across time and in relation to the natural world.

Black text on a grey background with a building on the left side and a diagram on the right.
Lecture

J. Yolande Daniels: Building | Un-Building, October 20

In the presentation Building | UnBuilding, J. Yolande Daniels provides a brief view of an architecture practice that bridges architecture with critical and social theories, systems thinking, and historical narratives.

Automobiles and exhaust fumes on a divided highway.
Urbanism and Development

Political Partisanship in Transportation Overshadows Strong Overall Support for Reform

An op-ed in The Hill coauthored by CRP's Nicholas Klein explains his research showing that while the nation is divided by partisanship, most Americans agree the transportation system isn't working and want change. 

A large statue of a woman on a brick base.
Social Equity and Engagement

Stories Last Longer Than Symbols

With their contribution to the 2021 Bruges Triennial, Who is Afraid of Natasha?, Art Professor of the Practice Joanna Malinowska and collaborator C.T. Jasper re-imagine urban space, re-open histories, and bring a monument (back) to life.

A boy sitting on a blue and pink house porch with a woman walking away.
Creative and Critical Practices

Depth of Field: Tao DuFour on We Love We Self Up Here

Cornell AAP presents the first iteration of Depth of Field, a short video with Assistant Professor Tao DuFour, architecture, who discusses his transdisciplinary, collaborative film that captures labor, migration, and landscape in Trinidad and Tobago through the history, experiences, and stories of a small group of people.

Black text on a tan background with a glass tire in between to chalk blocks.
Lecture

Dean Erdmann: And, Apollo, October 28

Join artist Dean Erdmann, whose work combines experimental documentary, video, and sculpture to think through intersections of the personal and geopolitical.

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