Bair, De Jong, and Wheeler present at “Tracing/Traces: Architecture and the Archive”
This Saturday, November 9, School of Architecture faculty Kelly Bair, Judith De Jong, and Dan Wheeler will participate in “Tracing/Traces: Architecture and the Archive,” an event organized by MAS Context at the Art Institute of Chicago in association with the Chicago Architecture Biennial. The event asks a group of architects to select three objects from the Art Institute’s archival collections and discuss their relevance to their practices, the discipline, and society.
“Tracing/Traces” takes place at 11am in the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries. It is free with museum admission, but registration is required.
Images: Bertrand Goldberg Associates, Affiliated Hospital Center, model, 1966–84 (selected by Kelly Bair); C. D. Arnold, photographer, view of Midway Plaisance, World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893 (selected by Judith De Jong)