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Inside Out: Uncovering Possibilities from Within the Discipline

The Art Institute of Chicago’s first Archi-Salon, Inside Out: Uncovering Possibilities from Within the Discipline in conjunction with our current exhibition Building: Inside Studio Gang Architects, will be held this Saturday, November 17th.

This salon, led by Iker Gil and located within the Architecture and Design galleries, will use the exhibition as a platform to discuss critical issues in the field of contemporary architecture.

Title: INSIDE OUT: Uncovering Possibilities from within the Discipline

Date & Time: November 17th, 2012, 2 pm - 4 pm

Location: Architecture and Design

Abstract: The work of Studio Gang Architects “confronts pressing contemporary issues, acting as a lab for testing ideas on varying scales: from cities to environments to individual buildings’ unique material properties.”

This Archi-Salon looks into the new possibilities generated by approaching and exploring aspects of the architectural discipline from new and uncompromised perspectives. The conversation will be focused around uncovering possibilities related to issues of context, materiality, space, and program in architecture.

Moderator: Iker Gil, Director, MAS Studio & Editor in Chief, MAS Context

Panelists: Jeanne Gang, Principal, Studio Gang Architects Matthias Hollwich, Co-founder, Hollwich Kushner (HWKN) & Lecturer, PennDesign Michel Rojkind, Founder, Rojkind Arquitectos

Respondents: Kelly Bair, Principal, Central Standard Office of Design & Assistant Professor, UIC Julie Flohr, Founder, Oisse architects & Clinical Assistant Professor, UIC Grant Gibson, Principal, CAMES/gibson & Clinical Assistant Professor, UIC Thomas Jacobs, Principal, Krueck + Sexton & Adjunct Associate Professor, IIT Mary Pat Mattson, Studio Assistant Professor, IIT

This event is open to the public and free with general museum admission. For more information: