Empathy, Affordance, and Architecture: Panel Discussion

Urchin, by Caroline O'Donnell, is installed on the Arts Quad as part of the 2016 Cornell Council for the Arts Biennial. photo / Cornell University
Image of the installation on Libe Slope
Aleksandr Mergold's American Spolia: Crossing the Line, will be on display on Libe Slope until December. photo / provided
Urchin, by Caroline O'Donnell, is installed on the Arts Quad as part of the 2016 Cornell Council for the Arts Biennial. photo / Cornell University Aleksandr Mergold's American Spolia: Crossing the Line, will be on display on Libe Slope until December. photo / provided

This panel discussion will feature architecture's Assistant Professor Aleksandr Mergold and Caroline O'Donnell, Edgar A. Tafel Assistant Professor and director of the M.Arch. program. Mergold's American Spolia: Crossing the Line and O'Donnell's Urchin are both featured in the 2016 Cornell Council for the Arts Biennial: Abject/Object Empathies.

The moderator for the session will be James Cutting, professor of psychology in Cornell's College of Arts and Sciences.